Coordinated Progression through Two Subtranscriptomes Underlies the Tachyzoite Cycle of Toxoplasma gondii

@inproceedings{Behnke2010CoordinatedPT,
  title={Coordinated Progression through Two Subtranscriptomes Underlies the Tachyzoite Cycle of Toxoplasma gondii},
  author={Michael S Behnke and John C. Wootton and Margaret M. Lehmann and Josh B. Radke and Olivier Lucas and Julie Nawas and L. David Sibley and Michael W White},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Apicomplexan parasites replicate by varied and unusual processes where the typically eukaryotic expansion of cellular components and chromosome cycle are coordinated with the biosynthesis of parasite-specific structures essential for transmission. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS Here we describe the global cell cycle transcriptome of the tachyzoite stage of Toxoplasma gondii. In dividing tachyzoites, more than a third of the mRNAs exhibit significant cyclical profiles whose timing… CONTINUE READING
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