Protein may be key to how malaria damages blood vessels

01/23/2012 | Times of India, The

A study published in the journal Cell found that malaria parasites, once inside red blood cells, export proteins that can function as adhesives so that infected red blood cells attach to blood vessels in the brain, causing cerebral malaria. Measures to prevent this mechanism could lead to new treatments and limit the disease's damage to blood vessels.

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