Malaria parasites : comparative genomics, evolution and molecular biology / edited by Jane M. Carlton, Susan L. Perkins, and Kirk W. Deitsch
- ch. 1. The diversity of Plasmodium and other Haemosporidians : the intersection of taxonomy, phylogenetics and genomics -- ch. 2. The apicomlexan genomic landscape : the evolutionary context of Plasmodium -- ch. 3. Plasmodium genomics and the art of sequencing malaria parasite genomes -- ch. 4. Genome diversity and applications in genetic studies of the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax -- ch. 5. Functional genomics of Plasmodium parasites -- ch. 6. Plasmodium experimental genetic crosses -- ch. 7. Regulation of gene expression -- ch. 8. Invasion of host red blood cells by malaria parasites -- ch. 9. Host cell remodelling and protein trafficking -- ch. 10. Dissecting mosquito : parasite interactions through molecular biology and biochemistry ; genomic, proteomic and glycomic analyses -- ch. 11. The malariologist's molecular toolbox.
- 9781908230072 and 190823007X
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographic references (pages 275-280).
- Source of Acquisition:
- Purchased with funds from the James E. Wright, Jr. Memorial Libraries Collections Endowment; 2012
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