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International Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Scope
The Erythrocyte Binding Ligand (EBL) is an important protein of Plasmodium sp. required by the parasite for successful invasion into the red blood cells causing malaria. EBL is a potential anti-malarial drug target. Despite its importance only a portion of its structure i.e., Duffy Binding Domain (DBD), is solved. Thus, the remaining regions necessitate attention and probing. In this study, it is reported that EBL protein consists of massive unstructured regions in between two compactdoi:10.47857/irjms.2020.v01i02.008 fatcat:mi2ckamcajcb7l2o6zhgqla4ru