Parasite-encoded Hsp40 proteins define novel mobile structures in the cytosol of the P-falciparum-infected erythrocyte
Simone Kuelzer, Melanie Rug, Klaus Brinkmann, Ping Cannon, Alan Cowman, Klaus Lingelbach, Gregory L Blatch, Alexander G Maier, Jude M Przyborski
Cellular Microbiology | WILEY | Published : 2010
Awarded by DFG Graduate School
G.B., K.L. and J.M.P. are supported by a DFG grant as part of the 'German-African Cooperation Projects in Infectology'. S.K. was supported by a PhD scholarship of the DFG Graduate School GK1216 (Inter- and intracellular Trafficking and Communication, IITC). A.G.M. is an ARC Australian Research Fellow, and M.R. and A.G.M. are recipients of a grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia. Part of this work was carried out by K.B. during his MSc thesis work. We wish to thank Hans-Peter Beck, Catherine Braun-Breton, Hagai Ginsburg, Peter Preiser, Ralf Jacob, the Australian Red Cross blood bank and the employees of the Marburg University Hospital blood bank for essential reagents and thoughtful discussions, and Christine Langer for technical assistance (EM). We also wish to acknowledge the huge contribution of the PlasmoDB team to functional genomics in the Plasmodium system (Aurrecoechea et al., 2009).