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A group of Oxford researchers has revealed promising new findings about a protein necessary for invasion of red blood cells by malarial parasites.

The work from Dr Matt Higgins' lab in the Department of Biochemistry in collaboration with Dr Simon Draper at the Jenner Institute is published in Nature.

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