Finding Out What Makes P. Falciparum Tick | GenomeWeb

NIH and Notre Dame researchers have used gene expression analysis to look at changes associated with chloroquine resistance in Plasmodium falciparum, a parasite that causes malaria in humans. In this PLoS ONE study, they looked at three different clones that had unique mutations in the PfCRT gene, a gene that confers resistance to chloroquine, in parasites grown with and without chloroquine.

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