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- Shin, E-Hyun, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Experimental parasitology 2011 v.127 no.2 pp. 346-350
- Anopheles sinensis; Escherichia coli; Plasmodium vivax; amino acids; genes; immune response; longevity; malaria; mice; molecular weight; monoclonal antibodies; parasitology; patients; polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis; polymerase chain reaction; recombinant proteins; surface proteins; vaccines; Korean Peninsula
- ... To develop a vivax malaria vaccine for blocking malarial transmission, the ookinete surface protein Pvs28 was cloned from Korean malaria patients using polymerase chain reaction. The Pvs28 gene consists of 726bp and encodes 241 amino acids. It was subcloned into the expression vector pQE30 and expressed in Escherichia coli. The expressed recombinant protein, rPvs28, has a molecular weight of about ...