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News & Views: Unlike many sugar-transporting proteins, a transporter in one species of malaria parasite can import several types of sugar equally, aiding the parasite’s survival. The structure of this protein reveals the reason for its versatility. http

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News & Views: Unlike many sugar-transporting proteins, a transporter in one species of malaria parasite can import several types of sugar equally, aiding the parasite’s survival. The structure of this protein reveals the reason for its versatility. https://go.nature.com/2UalYnz 

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