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Battista Grassi and malaria

Parassitologia 38 Suppl 1: 23-36
Battista Grassi and malaria
This article, in a supplement forming a catalogue of the exhibition of archival documents, manuscripts and relics connected with Battista Grassi, organized by the Museum of Comparative Anatomy of La Sapienza University in Rome, Italy, on the occasion of the centenary of the appointment of Grassi to the Chair of Comparative Anatomy at La Sapienza, as part of the Weeks of Scientific Culture 1995 (3rd-8th April) and 1996 (25th-31st March), describes the work of Grassi and his contemporaries on malaria and its anopheline vectors, and also its history and eventual eradication in Italy.

Accession: 002763161

PMID: 9340600

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