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Dr Annie Tremp

MSc PhD

Research Fellow

Room
361

LSHTM
Keppel Street
London
WC1E 7HT
United Kingdom

Tel.
+44 (0)207 958 8380

I completed my PhD in Johannes Dessens' laboratory studying putative membrane skeleton proteins in Plasmodium berghei, and am currently a Research Fellow in his lab. My current research focuses on P. berghei alveolins and LCCL proteins.

Affiliations

Department of Infection Biology
Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases

Centres

Malaria Centre

Teaching

I am a tutor on the IDM503 Malaria distance learning module, and a lab demonstrator on the Advanced Training in Molecular Biology module.

Research

Research Area
Parasites
Protozoa
Discipline
Cell biology
Molecular biology
Parasitology
Disease and Health Conditions
Malaria

Selected Publications

Distinct Functional Contributions by the Conserved Domains of the Malaria Parasite Alveolin IMC1h
Coghlan MP; Tremp AZ; Saeed S; Vaughan CK; Dessens JT
2019
FRONTIERS IN CELLULAR AND INFECTION MICROBIOLOGY
Dysregulated gene expression in oocysts of Plasmodium berghei LAP mutants.
Saeed S; Lau CI; Tremp AZ; Crompton T; Dessens JT
2019
Molecular and biochemical parasitology
The Plasmodium LAP complex affects crystalloid biogenesis and oocyst cell division.
Saeed S; Tremp AZ; Dessens JT
2018
International journal for parasitology
LCCL protein complex formation in Plasmodium is critically dependent on LAP1.
Tremp AZ; Sharma V; Carter V; Lasonder E; Dessens JT
2017
Molecular and biochemical parasitology
Palmitoylation of Plasmodium alveolins promotes cytoskeletal function.
Tremp AZ; Al-Khattaf FS; Dessens JT
2017
Molecular and biochemical parasitology
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