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In vitro production of cat-restricted Toxoplasma pre-sexual stages

Researchers have made significant strides in understanding the sexual reproduction of Toxoplasma gondii, a parasitic pathogen responsible for toxoplasmosis. They investigated the role of transcription factors AP2XII-1 and AP2XI-2 during the tachyzoite stage, a crucial phase in the parasite’s life cycle. The research provides insights into the epigenetic rewiring orchestrated by AP2XII-1 and AP2XI-2.

This study utilized IonOpticks 25cm columns for proteomic analysis, advancing our understanding of Toxoplasma’s sexual development without the need for cat as model organisms.


Nature, 13 Dec 2023, 625

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A. V. Antunes; M. Shahinas; C. Swale; D. C. Farhat; C. Ramakrishnan; C. Bruley; D. Cannella; M. G. Robert; C. Corrao; Y. Couté; A. B. Hehl; A Bougdour; I. Coppens; MA. Hakimi

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In vitro production of cat-restricted Toxoplasma pre-sexual stages

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