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How Leishmania major has solved the basic vital problems of a species -- self-preservation and reproduction



How Leishmania major has solved the basic vital problems of a species -- self-preservation and reproduction



Protozoologiya Leishmanii (7): 163-179



The published data on the relationships of L. major, the agent of Central Asian zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis, with its mammalian and invertebrate hosts are reviewed.

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