Nirupam Roy Chowdhury

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The acidic basic repeat antigen (ABRA) of Plasmodium falciparum is localised in the parasitophorous vacuole, and associates with the merozoite surface at the time of schizont rupture. By virtue of its protease-like activity, it is implicated in the process of merozoite invasion and schizont rupture, and therefore, possibly interacts with erythrocyte(More)
A temperate bacteriophage isolated from Vibrio cholerae O139, the new epidemic strain of cholera, was found to have a polyhedral head 65 nm in diameter and a rigid contractile tail 120 nm in length. The phage chromosome was a double-stranded DNA of 35 kb, with unique cohesive ends and had a G + C content of 58.8%. A restriction map of the phage DNA was(More)
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