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Plasmodium falciparum 1 step growth in a semi defined medium and the stimulatory effect of human seric lipo proteins and liposomes



Plasmodium falciparum 1 step growth in a semi defined medium and the stimulatory effect of human seric lipo proteins and liposomes



Experimental Parasitology 55(1): 147-151



The ring stages of P. falciparum within red blood cells cultured with complete medium stop growing when transferred to a basic medium containing RPM1 plus fatty acid-free bovine serum albumin and dialyzable factors from human serum. Growth and multiplications can be partially restored by the addition of lipoprotein fractions prepared from human serum. No specificity was observed with subclasses of lipoproteins. Synthetic liposomes containing lecithin, oleic acid and cholesterol mimic the effect of lipoproteins.

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