Now Keeling and colleagues have sequenced the plastid genome of Chromera and found features that were passed down to both apicomplexan
and dinoflagellate plastids, linking the two lineages.
The apicoplast: a plastid in Plasmodium falciparum and other apicomplexan
Occurrence of apicomplexan
diseases (parasite) in kidney, heart, and intestine and unidentified ovarian parasite in ovary in the unexposed, control, and exposed clams were counted.
A plastid of probable green algal origin in Apicomplexan
This handbook is the first guide dealing with drug discovery for apicomplexan
As photosynthetic relatives of apicomplexan
parasites, they held answers to long-debated questions about plastid evolution, but equally important questions about their functional relationship to corals and the reef community have hardly been asked.
Pigeon protozoal encephalitis is a biphasic, neurologic disease of domestic pigeons (Columba livia f domestica) caused by the apicomplexan
parasite Sarcocystis calchasi.
Like other apicomplexan
parasites, the life cycle of Cryptosporidium spp.
Their topics include the Apicomplexan
genomic landscape: the evolutionary context of Plasmodium, Plasmodium genomics and the art of sequencing malaria parasite genomes, Plasmodium experimental genetic crosses, the invasion of host red blood cells by malaria parasites, host cell remodeling and protein trafficking, and the malariologist's molecular toolbox.
The recent discovery of the apicoplast, a cryptic plastid organelle in Plasmodium and a number of other Apicomplexan
parasites (McFadden et al.
parasites invade the host cell in an active process that involves gliding motility, formation and movement through the moving junction (MJ) and establishment of a prasitophorous vacuole (PV) around the parasite.
His research interests include kinetoplastid and apicomplexan