Caractérisation fonctionnelle du PhosphoTyrosyl Phosphatase Activator chez Plasmodium falciparum : rôle dans la régulation de PP2A et de PP1

@inproceedings{Vandomme2014CaractrisationFD,
  title={Caract{\'e}risation fonctionnelle du PhosphoTyrosyl Phosphatase Activator chez Plasmodium falciparum : r{\^o}le dans la r{\'e}gulation de PP2A et de PP1},
  author={Audrey Vandomme},
  year={2014}
}
Malaria is the most deadly parasitic disease in the world caused by the Apicomplexa protozoan Plasmodium falciparum. This parasite is responsible for 219 million cases and 660 000 deaths per year and the drug resistance increases the prevalence and the morbidity. The emergence of multi-drug resistance requires the development of new therapeutics. Hence, a better understanding of parasitic fundamental biology is necessary. In this context, one research axis is the cell cycle regulation of… CONTINUE READING

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