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Toxoplasma Hijacks Starvation Response in Host Cells to Pilfer Nutrients

News   Jun 20, 2019 | Original story by Indiana University

 
Dangerous Brain Parasite "Orders In" for Dinner

This image shows increased expression of an arginine transporter (CAT1, green) in host cells infected with Toxoplasma parasites (nuclei stained blue). Image credit: Indiana University School of Medicine

 
 
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