Trafficking of malarial proteins to the host cell cytoplasm and erythrocyte surface membrane involves multiple pathways

@article{Gormley1992TraffickingOM,
  title={Trafficking of malarial proteins to the host cell cytoplasm and erythrocyte surface membrane involves multiple pathways},
  author={Jerome Gormley and Russell J. Howard and Theodore F. Taraschi},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1992},
  volume={119},
  pages={1481 - 1495}
}
During the asexual stage of malaria infection, the intracellular parasite exports membranes into the erythrocyte cytoplasm and lipids and proteins to the host cell membrane, essentially "transforming" the erythrocyte. To investigate lipid and protein trafficking pathways within Plasmodium falciparum-infected erythrocytes, synchronous cultures are temporally analyzed by confocal fluorescence imaging microscopy for the production, location and morphology of exported membranes (vesicles) and… CONTINUE READING

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