The rhoptry proteome of Eimeria tenella sporozoites.

@article{Oakes2013TheRP,
  title={The rhoptry proteome of Eimeria tenella sporozoites.},
  author={Richard D. Oakes and Dominic Kurian and Elizabeth Bromley and Chris Ward and Kalpana Lal and Damer P Blake and Adam James Reid and Arnab Pain and Robert E Sinden and Jonathan M. Wastling and F. M. Tomley},
  journal={International journal for parasitology},
  year={2013},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={181-8}
}
Proteins derived from the rhoptry secretory organelles are crucial for the invasion and survival of apicomplexan parasites within host cells. The rhoptries are club-shaped organelles that contain two distinct subpopulations of proteins that localise to separate compartments of the organelle. Proteins from the neck region (rhoptry neck proteins, RON) are… CONTINUE READING