Scientific article

cGMP Signalling: Malarial Guanylyl Cyclase Leads the Way

ContributorsBrochet, Mathieu
Published inCurrent Biology, vol. 28, no. 17, p. R939-R941
Publication date2018

When ingested by a mosquito, the malaria parasite relies on an unusual form of gliding motility to escape from the rapidly deteriorating blood meal. A new study on an atypical malaria guanylyl cyclase reveals the importance of spatiotemporal regulation of cGMP production in this process.

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BROCHET, Mathieu. cGMP Signalling: Malarial Guanylyl Cyclase Leads the Way. In: Current Biology, 2018, vol. 28, n° 17, p. R939–R941. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2018.07.059
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