Interaction of an esophageal MEG protein from schistosomes with a human S100 protein involved in inflammatory response.

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BACKGROUND The Micro-Exon Gene-14 (MEG-14) displays a remarkable structure that allows the generation of antigenic variation in Schistosomes. Previous studies showed that the soluble portion of the MEG-14 protein displays features of an intrinsically disordered protein and is expressed exclusively in the parasite esophageal gland. These features indicated a… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bbagen.2016.09.015

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