Alien invasion: How Toxoplasma secretly enters host cells
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Make yourself at home: Intracellular survival in the parasitophorous vacuole
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How parasites transport proteins and nutrients across membranes
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The transforming parasite: How Theileria modifies its host cell in order to replicate
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(Don't) Divide and Conquer: How Toxoplasma pauses the host cell cycle
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Jamming communications: Strategies to thwart innate immunity
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The fatal consequences of hide and seek: How changes in Plasmodium's surface increases disease severity
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Malarial mind control–Plasmodium increases transmission by modifying mosquito behavior
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Of mice, rats, cats, leopards and chimpanzees
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