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Proteinuria in quartan malaria-infected Aotus monkeys



Proteinuria in quartan malaria-infected Aotus monkeys



Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie 26(4): 390-394



Aotus trivirgatus monkeys were infected with Plasmodium brasilianum. The parasitaemia reached a peak of 2% after 2 months and then declined to a low level chronic infection. In the urine, the total protein, albumin, and gamma globulin increased, expecially after the peak parasitaemia, and 2 new proteins of low molecular weight also appeared.

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