Mohammad Enayet Hossain

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Invasion of Plasmodium falciparum merozoites into host erythrocyte involves a series of highly specific and sequential interaction between merozoite and host erythrocyte surface protein. The key step in the invasion process is the formation of a tight protein–protein interaction between host and parasite called as moving junction. A number of parasite(More)
Plasmodium vivax is most wide spread and a neglected malaria parasite. There is a lack of information on parasite biology of this species. Genome of this parasite encodes for the largest number of tryptophan-rich proteins belonging to 'Pv-fam-a' family and some of them are potential drug/vaccine targets but their functional role(s) largely remains(More)
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