PFF0645c is released from the rhoptries only after completion of merozoite invasion. (A) IEM of PFF0645c-HA merozoites pre and post-erythrocyte invasion labeled with immunogold anti-HA (white arrows). Scale bar = 0.2 mm. (B) Widefield 3D imaging of PFF0645c-HA merozoites labeled with anti-HA, anti-PfRON4 and DAPI showing early, mid and late invasion events. Scale bar = 5 mm. 3D reconstruction with 0.2 mm grid intervals. (C) Widefield 3D imaging of PFF0645c-HA early rings (,10 min post-invasion) labeled with anti-HA, anti-PfRON4 (,PVM) anti-RAP1 (PV) or anti-MSP1 (plasma membrane) and DAPI. Scale bar = 5 mm. 3D reconstruction with 0.2 mm grid intervals.
Zuccala ES, Gout AM, Dekiwadia C, Marapana DS, Angrisano F, Turnbull L, Riglar DT, Rogers KL, Whitchurch CB, Ralph SA, Speed TP, Baum J. Subcompartmentalisation of Proteins in the Rhoptries Correlates with Ordered Events of Erythrocyte Invasion by the Blood Stage Malaria Parasite. PLoS One. 2012;7(9):e46160.
Other associated proteins
|PF3D7_0405900||apical sushi protein|
|PF3D7_0930300||merozoite surface protein 1|
|PF3D7_1116000||rhoptry neck protein 4|
|PF3D7_1410400||rhoptry-associated protein 1|