Cesare Bianco-Júnior

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The emergence and spread of Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax resistance to available anti-malarial drugs represents a major drawback in the control of malaria and its associated morbidity(More)
Background One of the constraints in the development of antimalarial vaccines is the limited availability of experimental models that reliably reproduce the infection and the immunopathology observed(More)
The neotropical, non-human primates (NHP) of the genus Saimiri and Aotus are recommended by the World Health Organization as experimental models for the study of human malaria because these animals(More)
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