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  • Malaria parasites depend on the interaction between basigin and PfRH5 to invade (left). Antibodies against PfRH5 can block invasion (middle), but this strategy is vulnerable to resistance development. A new strategy, described by Zenonos et al., uses antibodies against basigin to block invasion (right).
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    Malaria parasites depend on the interaction between basigin and PfRH5 to invade (left). Antibodies against PfRH5 can block invasion (middle), but this strategy is vulnerable to resistance development. A new strategy, described by Zenonos et al., uses antibodies against basigin to block invasion (right).
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