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Gannoun-Zaki L, Jost A, Mu J, Deitsch KW, Wellems TE.  2005.  A silenced Plasmodium falciparum var promoter can be activated in vivo through spontaneous deletion of a silencing element in the intron.. Eukaryot Cell. 4(2):490-2.
Templeton TJ, Deitsch KW.  2005.  Targeting malaria parasite proteins to the erythrocyte.. Trends Parasitol. 21(9):399-402.
Garg A, Wesolowski D, Alonso D, Deitsch KW, Ben Mamoun C, Altman S.  2015.  Targeting protein translation, RNA splicing, and degradation by morpholino-based conjugates in Plasmodium falciparum.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 112(38):11935-40.
Ukaegbu UE, Zhang X, Heinberg AR, Wele M, Chen Q, Deitsch KW.  2015.  A Unique Virulence Gene Occupies a Principal Position in Immune Evasion by the Malaria Parasite Plasmodium falciparum.. PLoS Genet. 11(5):e1005234.
Kishore SP, Perkins SL, Templeton TJ, Deitsch KW.  2009.  An unusual recent expansion of the C-terminal domain of RNA polymerase II in primate malaria parasites features a motif otherwise found only in mammalian polymerases.. J Mol Evol. 68(6):706-14.
Amulic B, Salanti A, Lavstsen T, Nielsen MA, Deitsch KW.  2009.  An upstream open reading frame controls translation of var2csa, a gene implicated in placental malaria.. PLoS Pathog. 5(1):e1000256.
Allred DR, Barbet AF, J Barry D, Deitsch KW.  2009.  varDB: common ground for a shifting landscape.. Trends Parasitol. 25(6):249-52.
Deitsch KW, Dzikowski R.  2017.  Variant Gene Expression and Antigenic Variation by Malaria Parasites.. Annu Rev Microbiol. 71:625-641.
Deitsch KW, Hviid L.  2004.  Variant surface antigens, virulence genes and the pathogenesis of malaria.. Trends Parasitol. 20(12):562-6.
Kirkman LA, Deitsch KW.  2020.  Vive la Différence: Exploiting the Differences between Rodent and Human Malarias.. Trends Parasitol. 36(6):504-511.