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Invasive forms of apicomplexan parasites contain secretory organelles called rhoptries that are essential for entry into host cells. We present a detailed characterization of an unusual rhoptry protein of the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum, the rhoptry-associated membrane antigen (RAMA) that appears to have roles in both rhoptry biogenesis and(More)
Mouse models play a key role in the understanding gene function, human development and disease. In 2007, the Australian Government provided funding to establish the Monash University embryonic stem cell-to-mouse (ES2M) facility. This was part of the broader Australian Phenomics Network, a national infrastructure initiative aimed at maximising access to(More)