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A human coronavirus evolves antigenically to escape antibody immunity

April 8, 2021

A human coronavirus evolves antigenically to escape antibody immunity

A new research article from Rachel T. Eguia and colleagues

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04/01/2021

Pearls

Microbes and pain

In this Pearls article, Liwen Deng & Isaac M. Chiu review recent studies that highlight how bacteria, fungi & viruses interact with nociceptors during infection to modulate pain and cough and touch upon microbes that silence pain.

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Microbes and pain

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Current Issue March 2021

04/01/2021

Review

Transport mechanisms at the malaria parasite-host cell interface

Beck & Ho review our current understanding of the transport mechanisms acting at the malaria parasite vacuole during the blood and liver-stages of development with a particular focus on recent advances in our understanding of effector protein translocation into the host cell by the Plasmodium Translocon of EXported proteins (PTEX) and small molecule transport by the PTEX membrane-spanning pore EXP2. 

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Transport mechanisms at the malaria parasite-host cell interface

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