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Malaria - biological aspects of an infectious disease of significance to man


Naturwissenschaften 83(8): 359-369
Malaria - biological aspects of an infectious disease of significance to man
This article gives an overview of the Plasmodium developmental cycle and highlights aspects of the immune response in infected humans and the parasite's mechanisms of immune evasion. Particular features of the life cycle are discussed, especially the invasion process of merozoites into red blood cells.


Accession: 002889281



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