Analysis of expression and localization of Maurer’s cleft–associated proteins in IRBCs. Confocal immunofluorescence analysis of resident (REX-PFI1735c, SBP1-PFE0065w, and Pf332-PF11_0507) or transiently associated (KAHRP-PFB0100c and PfEMP1) Maurer’s cleft proteins.
Colocalization of the resident Maurer’s cleft marker MAHRP-MAL13P1.413 with PfEMP1 in streptolysin O–pretreated IRBCs demonstrates that PfEMP1 is associated with Maurer’s clefts.
Cooke BM, Buckingham DW, Glenister FK, Fernandez KM, Bannister LH, Marti M, Mohandas N, Coppel RL. A Maurer's cleft-associated protein is essential for expression of the major malaria virulence antigen on the surface of infected red blood cells. J Cell Biol. 2006 172:899-908.
PubMed Article: A Maurer's cleft-associated protein is essential for expression of the major malaria virulence antigen on the surface of infected red blood cells
Other associated proteins
|PF3D7_0202000||knob-associated histidine-rich protein|
|PF3D7_0501300||skeleton-binding protein 1|
|PF3D7_0935900||ring-exported protein 1|
|PF3D7_1370300||membrane associated histidine-rich protein|