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Figure 1 | Parasites & Vectors

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From: SAG2A protein from Toxoplasma gondii interacts with both innate and adaptive immune compartments of infected hosts

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Structural modeling of surface SAG2A protein and comparison with related Toxoplasma gondii antigens SAG1 and BSR4. Structural modeling of surface SAG2A protein and comparison with related Toxoplasma gondii antigens SAG1 and BSR4. Three-dimensional models of SAG-related surface proteins. The predicted model of the single domain of SAG2A, with its unfolded C-terminal end (red highlight). This feature is not observed in the structure of the external (D1) and internal domains (D2) of the related tachyzoite surface proteins SAG1, and in correlated bradyzoite antigen BSR4.

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