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Malaria Parasite's Cytoskeleton Reveals Its Secrets

News   Mar 12, 2021 | Original story from Université De Genève

 
Malaria Parasite's Cytoskeleton Reveals Its Secrets

Plasmodium at the ookinete stage viewed by expansion microscopy. The image shows the cytoskeleton of the pathogen following the labelling of tubulin. The conoid is the ring visible at the upper tip of the cell. Credit: © UNIGE/HAMEL

 
 
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