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    September 2020
  1. ANAS M, Shukla A, Tripathi A, Kumari V, et al
    Structural-functional diversity of malaria parasite's PfHSP70-1 and PfHSP40 chaperone pair gives an edge over human orthologs in chaperone-assisted protein folding.
    Biochem J. 2020 Sep 7. pii: 226345. doi: 10.1042/BCJ20200434.
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    June 2020
  2. JAIN R, Dey P, Gupta S, Pati S, et al
    Molecular dynamics simulations and biochemical characterization of Pf14-3-3 and PfCDPK1 interaction towards its role in growth of human malaria parasite.
    Biochem J. 2020 Jun 2. pii: 225120. doi: 10.1042/BCJ20200145.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    May 2020
  3. JAIN R, Gupta S, Munde M, Pati S, et al
    Development of novel anti-malarial from structurally diverse library of molecules, targeting plant-like CDPK1, a multistage growth regulator of P. falciparum.
    Biochem J. 2020;477:1951-1970.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    April 2020
  4. VANDANA, Shankar S, Prasad KM, Kashif M, et al
    A nonpeptidyl molecule modulates apoptosis-like cell death by inhibiting P. falciparum metacaspase-2.
    Biochem J. 2020;477:1323-1344.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    January 2020
  5. TARR SJ, Withers-Martinez C, Flynn HR, Snijders AP, et al
    A malaria parasite subtilisin propeptide-like protein is a potent inhibitor of the egress protease SUB1.
    Biochem J. 2020 Jan 16. pii: 221881. doi: 10.1042/BCJ20190918.
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    November 2018
  6. SIJWALI PS
    Interaction with complement proteins and dendritic cells implicates LCCL domain-containing proteins (CCps) of malaria parasites in immunomodulation.
    Biochem J. 2018;475:3311-3314.
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