In-silico profiling and structural insights into the impact of nSNPs in the P. falciparum acetyl-CoA transporter gene to understand the mechanism of drug resistance in malaria

, Nidhi Katyal, , , Shakir Ali & Dinesh Gupta
The continuous emergence of resistance to the available drugs poses major constraints in the development of effective therapeutics against Malaria. The Malaria drug resistance has been attributed to be the manifestation of numerous factors. For example, mutations in the parasite transporter protein acetyl-CoA transporter (Pfact) can remarkably affect its uptake affinity for a drug molecule against malaria, and hence enhance its susceptibility to resistance. To identify major contributors to its loss of functionality, we have...
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