Malaria parasite will go plums prior to intercourse
New research from the University of Melbourne shows how the malaria parasite (Plasmodium falciparum) changes into a banana shape before sexual reproduction, a finding that could provide targets for vaccine or drug development and may explain how the parasite evades the human immune system.
The work was conducted by an Australian research team led by Dr Matthew Dixon and PhD student Megan Dearnley from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Bio21 Institute at the University of Melbourne, and is published in the Journal of Cell Science.
Dr Dixon said the new study solves a 130-year old mystery, revealing how the most deadly of human malaria parasites, Plasmodium falciparum, performs its shape-shifting.
In 1880 the banana or crescent shape of the malaria parasite was first seen in t.
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Vibrator Thief Tells Police: My Wife and I Needed It!
Police were recently called to a Walgreens in Florida when a clerk caught a man taking a “personal massager” from the shelf and bringing it into the bathroom. The man bolted throwing the Trojan Twister (a five-speed, battery-powered device that twists into four possible positions and sells for about $50) into a nearby garbage pail where it was later found by police. When he was found by police he explained that he and his wife were having marital issues and needed the vibrator. While the officers may have been sympathetic to his plight, they arrested him nonetheless. He has since been released on his own recognizance and given a court date.