Is the Putative Chloroquine Resistance Mediator CG2 the Na+/H+ Exchanger of Plasmodium falciparum?

@article{Sanchez1998IsTP,
  title={Is the Putative Chloroquine Resistance Mediator CG2 the Na+/H+ Exchanger of Plasmodium falciparum?},
  author={Cec{\'i}lia P. Sanchez and Paul Horrocks and Michael Lanzer},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1998},
  volume={92},
  pages={601-602}
}
Letter to the Editor lower affinity for chloroquine and a reduced transport Is the Putative Chloroquine rate. Moreover, their NHE is in a constitutively activated Resistance Mediator CG2 the state, rendering this protein incapable of importing chlo-roquine since no further activation by chloroquine is possible (Wü nsch et al., 1998). of Plasmodium… CONTINUE READING