Mechanism of Host Specificity in Malarial Infection View Full Text


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DATE

1973-07

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G. A. BUTCHER, G. H. MITCHELL, S. COHEN

ABSTRACT

INDIVIDUAL species of malaria parasites are highly host specific1 but the mechanisms which determine susceptibility or innate resistance are poorly understood2. In vitro methods for the short-term culture of erythrocytic forms of Plasmodium knowlesi3 and for isolating free merozoite preparations minimally contaminated with host cells4 have provided a basis for studying the ability of serum and of red cells from susceptible and resistant hosts to support the growth and multiplication of this simian parasite. More... »

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40-42

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