London: MIT-led research team has identified a protein that significantly reduces malaria-infected red blood cells’ ability to squeeze through tiny channels compared to healthy cells.When the parasite responsible for malaria infects human red blood cells, it launches a 48-hour remodelling of the host cells. During the first 24 hours of this cycle, a protein called RESA undertakes the first step of renovation: enhancing the stiffness of the cell membranes.
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