Defining the Apicomplexan Amino Acid Transporter (ApiAT) Family
The Apicomplexan phylum is a large group of unicellular eukaryotic parasites. These parasites cause some notorious diseases of humankind, including malaria and toxoplasmosis. Apicomplexan parasites can also infect animal species, causing significant animal suffering and economic loss in the livestock industry. The advent of drug resistance and the poor side-effect profiles of some medications provides impetus for the development of new anti-parasitic drugs. Uncovering key aspects of parasite...[Show more]
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