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Protective T Cell Immunity against Malaria Liver Stage after Vaccination with Live Sporozoites under Chloroquine Treatment 1
In this study we present the first systematic analysis of the immunity induced by normal Plasmodium yoelii sporozoites in mice. Immunization with sporozoites, which was conducted under chloroquineExpand
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Systematic revision of the adeleid haemogregarines, with creation of Bartazoon n. g., reassignment of Hepatozoon argantis Garnham, 1954 to Hemolivia, and molecular data on Hemolivia stellata
Life cycles and molecular data for terrestrial haemogregarines are reviewed in this article. Collection material was re-examined: Hepatozoon argantis Garnham, 1954 in Argas brumpti was reassigned toExpand
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Timing the origin of human malarias: the lemur puzzle
BackgroundTiming the origin of human malarias has been a focus of great interest. Previous studies on the mitochondrial genome concluded that Plasmodium in primates, including those parasitic toExpand
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Enhanced gametocyte formation by Plasmodium chabaudi in immature erythrocytes: pattern of production, sequestration, and infectivity to mosquitoes.
The objective of this study was to investigate the chronobiology and infectivity of the gametocytes of Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi. In order to increase the production of gametocytes, mice wereExpand
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Species-Specific Inhibition of Cerebral Malaria in Mice Coinfected with Plasmodium spp.
ABSTRACT Recent epidemiological observations suggest that clinical evolution of Plasmodium falciparum infections might be influenced by the concurrent presence of another Plasmodium species, and suchExpand
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Chemokine Receptor CCR2 Is Not Essential for the Development of Experimental Cerebral Malaria
ABSTRACT Infection with Plasmodium berghei ANKA induces cerebral malaria in susceptible mice. Brain-sequestered CD8+ T cells are responsible for this pathology. We have evaluated the role of CCR2, aExpand
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Complete development of hepatic stages of Plasmodium falciparum in vitro.
An in vitro model was developed to study the hepatic phase of Plasmodium falciparum, the only malaria parasite lethal to man. Primary cultures of human hepatocytes were inoculated with sporozoites ofExpand
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Survival of rodent malaria merozoites in the lymphatic network: potential role in chronicity of the infection.
Experiments performed during the last few years, lead us to hypothesise the existence of latent asexual forms of murine Plasmodium. In the present report we examined the organs of infected animalsExpand
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[Isospora from the domestic sparrow; multiplicity of species].
Natural intestinal infection of Isospora in the domestic Sparrow was studied during one year on a farm in Normandy. This survey showed many species and constant multiple infections. Some species wereExpand
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The erythrocytic schizogony of two synchronized strains of Plasmodium berghei, NK65 and ANKA, in normocytes and reticulocytes
Abstract By a modified Percoll-glucose centrifugation technique the rings and young trophozoites of two strains of Plasmodium berghei, NK65 and ANKA, were separated from the other erythrocytic stagesExpand
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