Longitudinal intensity profiling identifies unexpected localisation profiles for MTRAP during merozoite invasion. A-C). Single-slice images of example merozoites of mRON4 (green) vs (Left panle) rMTRAP-tail (rM-tail) (red), (midle panel) rMTRAP mid (rM-mid) (red), or (right panel) rMTRAP tsr (rM-tsr). Scale bars = 1 μm. Red boxes in DIC images indicate zoomed regions for middle and right panels. Arrows indicate the position of the RON4 labelled tight junction.
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PubMed Article: Localisation-based imaging of malarial antigens during erythrocyte entry reaffirms a role for AMA1 but not MTRAP in invasion
Other associated proteins
|PF3D7_1116000||rhoptry neck protein 4|