Schizonts of Theileria annulata interact with the microtubuli network of their host cell via the membrane protein TaSP

@article{Seitzer2010SchizontsOT,
  title={Schizonts of Theileria annulata interact with the microtubuli network of their host cell via the membrane protein TaSP},
  author={Ulrike Seitzer and Silke Gerber and Doreen Beyer and Jessica Dobschanski and Birgit Kullmann and Daniel Haller and Jabbar Sabir Ahmed},
  journal={Parasitology Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={106},
  pages={1085-1102}
}
Intracellular leukoproliferative Theileria are unique as eukaryotic organisms that transform the immune cells of their ruminant host. Theileria utilize the uncontrolled proliferation for rapid multiplication and distribution into host daughter cells. The parasite distribution into the daughter cells is accompanied by a tight association with the host cell mitotic apparatus. Since the molecular basis for this interaction is largely unknown, we investigated the possible involvement of the… CONTINUE READING

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