SURFIN<sub>4.2</sub> protein forms a complex with GLURP and RON4.
<p>IP with αSURFIN<sub>4.2</sub> specifically pulls down SURFIN<sub>4.2</sub> from schizont (<b>A</b>) and merozoite (<b>B</b>) protein extract as compared with control IgGs. (<b>C)</b> IP with αSURFIN<sub>4.2</sub> also pulls down GLURP and RON4. (<b>D)</b> IP with αGLURP R2 also pulls down RON4 but not SURFIN<sub>4.2</sub>; IP with αRON4 also pulls down GLURP and SURFIN<sub>4.2</sub>. Input corresponds to the supernatant fraction after SB3-10 extraction followed by detergent removal and pre-clearing on control beads; FT: Flow-through corresponds to unbound material; E1 and 2: Eluted fraction corresponds to bound material to the antibody-coupled beads.</p
Biophysics, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Evolutionary Biology, Immunology, Developmental Biology, Cancer, Infectious Diseases, Virology, Physical Sciences not elsewhere classified, merozoite invasion Plasmodium falciparum invasion, CRD, 4-GLURP, SURGE, rhoptry neck protein 4, PV, RON, SURFIN 4.2, MJ, SURFIN 4.2 forms, Glutamate Rich Protein, RBC plasma membranes, SURFIN 4.2 mediates binding, GLURP
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0201669.g003
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