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    1. Stowers, A; Carter, R
      Current developments in malaria transmission-blocking vaccines

      EXPERT OPINION ON BIOLOGICAL THERAPY
    2. Moreno, R; Jiang, LY; Moehle, K; Zurbriggen, R; Gluck, R; Robinson, JA; Pluschke, G
      Exploiting conformationally constrained peptidomimetics and an efficient human-compatible delivery system in synthetic vaccine design

      CHEMBIOCHEM
    3. Demeunynck, M; Charmantray, F; Martelli, A
      Interest of acridine derivatives in the anticancer chemotherapy

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    4. Ralph, SA; D'Ombrain, MC; McFadden, GI
      The apicoplast as an antimalarial drug target

      DRUG RESISTANCE UPDATES
    5. Ellis, KES; Clough, B; Saldanha, JW; Wilson, RJM
      Nifs and sufs in malaria

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    6. Tomas, AM; Margos, G; Dimopoulos, G; van Lin, LHM; de Koning-Ward, TF; Sinha, R; Lupetti, P; Beetsma, AL; Rodriguez, MC; Karras, M; Hager, A; Mendoza, J; Butcher, GA; Kafatos, F; Janse, CJ; Waters, AP; Sinden, RE
      P25 and P28 proteins of the malaria ookinete surface have multiple and partially redundant functions

      EMBO JOURNAL
    7. Hayward, RE; Day, KP
      Epitopes for modified band 3 monoclonal antibody 1C4 are not exposed on the malaria-infected red blood cell surface

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    8. Chen, M; Zhai, L; Christensen, SB; Theander, TG; Kharazmi, A
      Inhibition of fumarate reductase in Leishmania major and L-donovani by chalcones

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    9. Gavigan, CS; Machado, SG; Dalton, JP; Bell, A
      Analysis of antimalarial synergy between bestatin and endoprotease inhibitors using statistical response-surface modelling

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    10. Kirk, K
      Membrane transport in the malaria-infected erythrocyte

      PHYSIOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    11. Ikekawa, A; Ikekawa, S
      Fruits of Human Genome Project and private venture, and their impact on life science

      YAKUGAKU ZASSHI-JOURNAL OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
    12. Keeling, PJ; Palmer, JD
      Lateral transfer at the gene and subgenic levels in the evolution of eukaryotic enolase

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    13. Kappe, SHI; Gardner, MJ; Brown, SM; Ross, J; Matuschewski, K; Ribeiro, JM; Adams, JH; Quackenbush, J; Cho, J; Carucci, DJ; Hoffman, SL; Nussenzweig, V
      Exploring the transcriptome of the malaria sporozoite stage

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    14. Williamson, DH; Denny, PW; Moore, PW; Sato, S; McCready, S; Wilson, RJM
      The in vivo conformation of the Plastid DNA of Toxoplasma gondii: Implications for replication

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    15. Liu, M; Wilairat, P; Go, ML
      Antimalarial alkoxylated and hydroxylated chalones: Structure-activity relationship analysis

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Wellems, TE; Plowe, CV
      Chloroquine-resistant malaria

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    17. Yu, Y; Deck, JA; Hunsaker, LA; Deck, LM; Royer, RE; Goldberg, E; Vander Jagt, DL
      Selective active site inhibitors of human lactate dehydrogenases A(4), B-4, and C-4

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    18. Law, AE; Mullineaux, CW; Hirst, EMA; Saldanha, J; Wilson, RJM
      Bacterial orthologues indicate the malarial plastid gene ycf24 is essential

      PROTIST
    19. Fidock, DA; Nomura, T; Talley, AK; Cooper, RA; Dzekunov, SM; Ferdig, MT; Ursos, LMB; Sidhu, ABS; Naude, B; Deitsch, KW; Su, XZ; Wootton, JC; Roepe, PD; Wellems, TE
      Mutations in the P-falciparum digestive vacuole transmembrane protein PfCRT and evidence for their role in chloroquine resistance

      MOLECULAR CELL
    20. Bull, AT; Ward, AC; Goodfellow, M
      Search and discovery strategies for biotechnology: The paradigm shift

      MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    21. Razakantoanina, V; Phung, NKP; Jaureguiberry, G
      Antimalarial activity of new gossypol derivatives

      PARASITOLOGY RESEARCH
    22. Werbovetz, KA
      Target-based drug discovery for malaria, leishmaniasis, and trypanosomiasis

      CURRENT MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    23. Vander Jagt, DL; Deck, LM; Royer, RE
      Gossypol: Prototype of inhibitors targeted to dinucleotide folds

      CURRENT MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    24. Vippagunta, SR; Dorn, A; Ridley, RG; Vennerstrom, JL
      Characterization of chloroquine-hematin mu-oxo dimer binding by isothermaltitration calorimetry

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENERAL SUBJECTS
    25. Dao, VT; Gaspard, C; Mayer, M; Werner, GH; Nguyen, SN; Michelot, RJ
      Synthesis and cytotoxicity of gossypol related compounds

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    26. Meinnel, T
      Peptide deformylase of eukaryotic protists: A target for new antiparasiticagents?

      PARASITOLOGY TODAY
    27. Macreadie, I; Ginsburg, H; Sirawaraporn, W; Tilley, L
      Antimalarial drug development and new targets

      PARASITOLOGY TODAY
    28. Taylor, D; Cloonan, N; Mann, V; Cheng, Q; Saul, A
      Sequence diversity in rodent malaria of the Pfs28 ookinete surface antigenhomologs

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    29. Dzekunov, SM; Ursos, LMB; Roepe, PD
      Digestive vacuolar pH of intact intraerythrocytic P-falciparum either sensitive or resistant to chloroquine

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    30. Cayla, X; Garcia, A; Baumgartner, M; Ozon, R; Langsley, G
      A Theileria parva type 1 protein phosphatase activity

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    31. Strong, WB; Nelson, RG
      Preliminary profile of the Cryptosporidium parvum genome: an expressed sequence tag and genome survey sequence analysis

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    32. Krugliak, M; Feder, R; Zolotarev, VY; Gaidukov, L; Dagan, A; Ginsburg, H; Mor, A
      Antimalarial activities of dermaseptin S4 derivatives

      ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY
    33. Horrocks, P; Bowman, S; Kyes, S; Waters, AP; Craig, A
      Entering the post-genomic era of malaria research

      BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
    34. Shibata, S
      A drug over the millennia: Pharmacognosy, chemistry, and pharmacology of licorice

      YAKUGAKU ZASSHI-JOURNAL OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
    35. Freitas-Junior, LH; Bottius, E; Pirrit, LA; Deitsch, KW; Scheidig, C; Guinet, F; Nehrbass, U; Wellems, TE; Scherf, A
      Frequent ectopic recombination of virulence factor genes in telomeric chromosome clusters of P-falciparum

      NATURE
    36. van Lin, LHM; Janse, CJ; Waters, AP
      The conserved genome organisation of non-falciparum malaria species: the need to know more

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY
    37. Sato, S; Tews, I; Wilson, RJM
      Impact of a plastid-bearing endocytobiont on apicomplexan genomes

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY
    38. Gleeson, MT
      The plastid in Apicomplexa: what use is it?

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PARASITOLOGY
    39. Ziegler, J; Schuerle, T; Pasierb, L; Kelly, C; Elamin, A; Cole, KA; Wright, DW
      The propionate of heme binds N4O2 Schiff base antimalarial drug complexes

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    40. Riley, EM; Wagner, GE; Ofori, MF; Wheeler, JG; Akanmori, BD; Tetteh, K; McGuinness, D; Bennett, S; Nkrumah, FK; Anders, RF; Koram, KA
      Lack of association between maternal antibody and protection of African infants from malaria infection

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    41. Basco, LK; Ringwald, P
      Molecular epidemiology of malaria in Yaounde, Cameroon. VII. Analysis of recrudescence and reinfection in patients with uncomplicated falciparum malaria

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE
    42. Wellems, TE; Su, XZ; Ferdig, M; Fidock, DA
      Genome projects, genetic analysis, and the changing landscape of malaria research

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    43. Roos, DS; Crawford, MJ; Donald, RGK; Kissinger, JC; Klimczak, LJ; Striepen, B
      Origin, targeting, and function of the apicomplexan plastid

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    44. Ginsburg, H; Krugliak, M
      Chloroquine - some open questions on its antimalarial mode of action and resistance

      DRUG RESISTANCE UPDATES
    45. Raynes, KJ; Bray, PG; Ward, SA
      Altered binding of chloroquine to ferriprotoporphyrin IX is the basis for chloroquine resistance

      DRUG RESISTANCE UPDATES
    46. Jenett-Siems, K; Mockenhaupt, FP; Bienzle, U; Gupta, MP; Eich, E
      In vitro antiplasmodial activity of Central American medicinal plants

      TROPICAL MEDICINE & INTERNATIONAL HEALTH
    47. Yung, S; Lang-Unnasch, N
      Targeting of a nuclear encoded protein to the apicoplast of Toxoplasma gondii

      JOURNAL OF EUKARYOTIC MICROBIOLOGY
    48. Alibert-Franco, S; Santelli-Rouvier, C; Barbe, J; Pradines, B; Houdoin, C; Parzy, D
      9,10-(3 ',4 '-pyrrolidino)-9,10-dihydroanthracene and structurally relatedcompounds as synergistic antimalarial drugs

      HETEROCYCLIC COMMUNICATIONS
    49. Ho, M; White, NJ
      Molecular mechanisms of cytoadherence in malaria

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    50. Withers-Martinez, C; Carpenter, EP; Hackett, F; Ely, B; Sajid, M; Grainger, M; Blackman, MJ
      PCR-based gene synthesis as an efficient approach for expression of the A+T-rich malaria genome

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    51. Loria, P; Miller, S; Foley, M; Tilley, L
      Inhibition of the peroxidative degradation of haem as the basis of action of chloroquine and other quinoline antimalarials

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    52. Albano, FR; Berman, A; La Greca, N; Hibbs, AR; Wickham, M; Foley, M; Tilley, L
      A homologue of Sar1p localises to a novel trafficking pathway in malaria-infected erythrocytes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    53. Ginsburg, H; Ward, SA; Bray, PG
      An integrated model of chloroquine action

      PARASITOLOGY TODAY
    54. Zhang, JM; Krugliak, M; Ginsburg, H
      The fate of ferriprotorphyrin IX in malaria infected erythrocytes in conjunction with the mode of action of antimalarial drugs

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    55. Olliaro, PL; Yuthavong, Y
      An overview of chemotherapeutic targets for antimalarial drug discovery

      PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
    56. Radding, JA
      Development of anti-malarial inhibitors of hemoglobinases

      ANNUAL REPORTS IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY, VOL 34
    57. Wirth, DF
      Malaria: A third world disease in need of first world drug development

      ANNUAL REPORTS IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY, VOL 34
    58. Famin, O; Krugliak, M; Ginsburg, H
      Kinetics of inhibition of glutathione-mediated degradation of ferriprotoporphyrin IX by antimalarial drugs

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    59. DENNY P; PREISER P; WILLIAMSON D; WILSON I
      EVIDENCE FOR A SINGLE ORIGIN OF THE 35 KB PLASTID DNA IN APICOMPLEXANS

      PROTIST
    60. RAMASAMY R
      MOLECULAR-BASIS FOR EVASION OF HOST IMMUNITY AND PATHOGENESIS IN MALARIA

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular basis of disease
    61. KOELLA JC
      COSTS AND BENEFITS OF RESISTANCE AGAINST ANTIMALARIAL-DRUGS

      Parasitology today
    62. BELL A
      MICROTUBULE INHIBITORS AS POTENTIAL ANTIMALARIAL AGENTS

      Parasitology today
    63. SNOUNOU G; BECK HP
      THE USE OF PCR GENOTYPING IN THE ASSESSMENT OF RECRUDESCENCE OR REINFECTION AFTER ANTIMALARIAL DRUG-TREATMENT

      Parasitology today
    64. NENORTAS EC; BODLEY AL; SHAPIRO TA
      DNA TOPOISOMERASES - A NEW TWIST FOR ANTIPARASITIC CHEMOTHERAPY

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    65. FOLEY M; TILLEY L
      QUINOLINE ANTIMALARIALS - MECHANISMS OF ACTION AND RESISTANCE AND PROSPECTS FOR NEW AGENTS

      Pharmacology & therapeutics (Oxford)
    66. ONEILL PM; BRAY PG; HAWLEY SR; WARD SA; PARK BK
      4-AMINOQUINOLINES - PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE - A CHEMICAL PERSPECTIVE

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    67. FOLEY M; TILLEY L
      PROTEIN TRAFFICKING IN MALARIA-INFECTED ERYTHROCYTES

      International journal for parasitology
    68. SERRANOLUNA JD; NEGRETE E; REYES M; DELAGARZA M
      ENTAMOEBA-HISTOLYTICA HM1-IMSS - HEMOGLOBIN-DEGRADING NEUTRAL CYSTEINE PROTEASES

      Experimental parasitology
    69. GINSBURG H; FAMIN O; ZHANG JM; KRUGLIAK M
      INHIBITION OF GLUTATHIONE-DEPENDENT DEGRADATION OF HEME BY CHLOROQUINE AND AMODIAQUINE AS A POSSIBLE BASIS FOR THEIR ANTIMALARIAL MODE OF ACTION

      Biochemical pharmacology
    70. SHARMA YD
      KNOB PROTEINS IN FALCIPARUM-MALARIA

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL RESEARCH
    71. WILSON DR; FINLAY BB
      THE ASX-PRO TURN AS A LOCAL STRUCTURAL MOTIF STABILIZED BY ALTERNATIVE PATTERNS OF HYDROGEN-BONDS AND A CONSENSUS-DERIVED MODEL OF THE SEQUENCE ASN-PRO-ASN

      Protein engineering
    72. LEBLANCQ SM; KHRAMTSOV NV; ZAMANI F; UPTON SJ; WU TW
      RIBOSOMAL-RNA GENE ORGANIZATION IN CRYPTOSPORIDIUM-PARVUM

      Molecular and biochemical parasitology
    73. SU XZ; KIRKMAN LA; FUJIOKA H; WELLEMS TE
      COMPLEX POLYMORPHISMS IN AN SIMILAR-TO-330 KDA PROTEIN ARE LINKED TO CHLOROQUINE-RESISTANT PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM IN SOUTHEAST-ASIA AND AFRICA

      Cell
    74. OLLIARO P; WIRTH D
      NEW TARGETS FOR ANTIMALARIAL DRUG DISCOVERY

      Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
    75. RIDLEY RG
      HEMOGLOBIN DEGRADATION AND HEME POLYMERIZATION AS ANTIMALARIAL DRUG TARGETS

      Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
    76. FRANCIS SE; BANERJEE R; GOLDBERG DE
      BIOSYNTHESIS AND MATURATION OF THE MALARIA ASPARTIC HEMOGLOBINASES PLASMEPSIN-I AND PLASMEPSIN-II

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    77. WILSON RJM; WILLIAMSON DH
      EXTRACHROMOSOMAL DNA IN THE APICOMPLEXA

      Microbiology and molecular biology reviews
    78. MATSUMOTO S; YANAGI T; OHARA N; WADA N; KANBARA H; YAMADA T
      STABLE EXPRESSION AND SECRETION OF THE B-CELL EPITOPE OF RODENT MALARIA FROM MYCOBACTERIUM-BOVIS BCG AND INDUCTION OF LONG-LASTING HUMORAL RESPONSE IN MOUSE

      Vaccine
    79. PREISER PR; WILSON RJM; MOORE PW; MCCREADY S; HAJIBAGHERI MAN; BLIGHT KJ; STRATH M; WILLIAMSON DH
      RECOMBINATION ASSOCIATED WITH REPLICATION OF MALARIAL MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA

      EMBO journal
    80. DOOLAN DL; WIZEL B; HOFFMAN SL
      CLASS-I HLA-RESTRICTED CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTE RESPONSES AGAINST MALARIA - ELUCIDATION ON THE BASIS OF HLA PEPTIDE BINDING MOTIFS

      Immunologic research
    81. TIBAYRENC M
      TOWARDS A UNIFIED EVOLUTIONARY GENETICS OF MICROORGANISMS

      Annual review of microbiology
    82. HILDEBRANDT JP
      MALARIA - BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF AN INFECT IOUS-DISEASE OF SIGNIFICANCE FOR HUMANS

      Naturwissenschaften
    83. JEFFRIES AC; JOHNSON AM
      THE GROWING IMPORTANCE OF THE PLASTID-LIKE DNAS OF THE APICOMPLEXA

      International journal for parasitology
    84. PASVOL G; CLOUGH B; CARLSSON J; SNOUNOU G
      THE PATHOGENESIS OF SEVERE FALCIPARUM-MALARIA

      Bailliere's clinical infectious diseases
    85. ESCALANTE AA; BARRIO E; AYALA FJ
      EVOLUTIONARY ORIGIN OF HUMAN AND PRIMATE MALARIAS - EVIDENCE FROM THECIRCUMSPOROZOITE PROTEIN GENE

      Molecular biology and evolution
    86. CITARD T; MAHL P; BOULOUIS HJ; CHAVIGNY C; DRUILHE P
      BABESIA-CANIS - EVIDENCE FOR GENETIC DIVERSITY AMONG ISOLATES REVEALED BY RESTRICTION-FRAGMENT-LENGTH-POLYMORPHISM ANALYSIS

      Tropical medicine and parasitology
    87. FOLEY M; TILLEY L
      HOME IMPROVEMENTS - MALARIA AND THE RED-BLOOD-CELL

      Parasitology today
    88. SHERMAN IW; CRANDALL IE; GUTHRIE N; LAND KM
      THE STICKY SECRETS OF SEQUESTRATION

      Parasitology today
    89. AIDOO M; LALVANI A; ALLSOPP CEM; PLEBANSKI M; MEISNER SJ; KRAUSA P; BROWNING M; MORRISJONES S; GOTCH F; FIDOCK DA; TAKIGUCHI M; ROBSON KJH; GREENWOOD BM; DRUILHE P; WHITTLE HC; HILL AVS
      IDENTIFICATION OF CONSERVED ANTIGENIC COMPONENTS FOR A CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTE-INDUCING VACCINE AGAINST MALARIA

      Lancet
    90. GOZAR MMG; BAGNARA AS
      AN ORGANELLE-LIKE SMALL-SUBUNIT RIBOSOMAL-RNA GENE FROM BABESIA-BOVIS- NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE, SECONDARY STRUCTURE OF THE TRANSCRIPT AND PRELIMINARY PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS

      International journal for parasitology
    91. GINSBURG H; ATAMNA H
      THE REDOX STATUS OF MALARIA-INFECTED ERYTHROCYTES - AN OVERVIEW WITH AN EMPHASIS ON UNRESOLVED PROBLEMS

      Parasite
    92. CORRADIN G; ENGERS H; TRIGG PI
      MALARIA VACCINES - CURRENT STATUS

      CLINICAL IMMUNOTHERAPEUTICS
    93. HAESELEER F
      STRUCTURAL INSTABILITY OF RECOMBINANT PLASMIDS IN MYCOBACTERIA

      Research in microbiology
    94. SANDHU JS
      ENGINEERED HUMAN VACCINES

      Critical reviews in biotechnology
    95. SRINIVASAN N; ANURADHA VS; RAMAKRISHNAN C; SOWDHAMINI R; BALARAM P
      CONFORMATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ASPARAGINYL RESIDUES IN PROTEINS

      International journal of peptide & protein research
    96. WAHLGREN M; FERNANDEZ V; SCHOLANDER C; CARLSON J
      ROSETTING

      Parasitology today
    97. GINSBURG H
      TRANSPORT PATHWAYS IN THE MALARIA-INFECTED ERYTHROCYTE - CHARACTERIZATION AND THEIR USE AS POTENTIAL TARGETS FOR CHEMOTHERAPY

      Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz
    98. GABAY T; KRUGLIAK M; SHALMIEV G; GINSBURG H
      INHIBITION BY ANTIMALARIAL-DRUGS OF HEMOGLOBIN DENATURATION AND IRON RELEASE IN ACIDIFIED RED-BLOOD-CELL LYSATES - A POSSIBLE MECHANISM OF THEIR ANTIMALARIAL EFFECT

      Parasitology
    99. CHAPPEY O; WAUTIERPEPIN MP; WAUTIER JL
      ADHESION OF ERYTHROCYTES TO ENDOTHELIUM IN PATHOLOGICAL SITUATIONS - A REVIEW ARTICLE

      Nouvelle revue francaise d'hematologie
    100. SCHMIDT W; CORREA R; BONING D; EHRICH JHH; KRUGER C
      OXYGEN-TRANSPORT PROPERTIES IN MALARIA-INFECTED RODENTS - A COMPARISON BETWEEN INFECTED AND NONINFECTED ERYTHROCYTES

      Blood


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