Please tell about about malarial causitive proteins.
I’m not sure what your question is, as malaria is not caused by a protein, but rather by a single-celled parasite called Plasmodium, which contains many different types of proteins. Some of these are indeed used for entering host cells and thus causing disease. Many of these proteins, and particularly ones on the surface of the malaria parasite, induce the host’s immune system, and so are called antigens. One of the most well known malaria antigens is called the Duffy antigen, and it is found on two types of malaria (Plasmodium knowlesi and Plasmodium vivax). It is used by the parasite to invade host red blood cells, and it is interesting because many populations of people in Africa have genetic changes in the parts of the red blood cell which the Duffy antigen binds to. This means these people, called Duffy negative, are much less susceptible to these types of malaria than people who are so-called Duffy positive and have normal red blood cells.