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Plasmodium vivax Populations Are More Genetically Diverse and Less Structured than Sympatric Plasmodium falciparum Populations
Introduction The human malaria parasite, Plasmodium vivax, is proving more difficult to control and eliminate than Plasmodium falciparum in areas of co-transmission. Comparisons of the geneticExpand
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Increasingly inbred and fragmented populations of Plasmodium vivax associated with the eastward decline in malaria transmission across the Southwest Pacific
The human malaria parasite Plasmodium vivax is more resistant to malaria control strategies than Plasmodium falciparum, and maintains high genetic diversity even when transmission is low. ToExpand
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Long-term sustained malaria control leads to inbreeding and fragmentation of Plasmodium vivax populations
Plasmodium vivax populations are more resistant to malaria control strategies than Plasmodium falciparum, maintaining high genetic diversity and gene flow even at low transmission. To quantify theExpand
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Increasingly inbred and fragmented populations of Plasmodium vivax with declining transmission
The human malaria parasite Plasmodium vivax is resistant to malaria control strategies maintaining high genetic diversity even when transmission is low. To investigate whether declining P. vivaxExpand
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Detecting Relatedness within Malaria Samples
Leserbrief von Prof. Dr. med. Dr. med. dent. Dr. h. c. Ralf Siegert
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An innovative sequence of hypoxia-reoxygenation on adult mouse cardiomyocytes in suspension to perform multilabeling analysis by flow cytometry
Introduction Because cardiovascular diseases still represent the leading cause of death worldwide, a better understanding of the underlying physiopathological mechanisms is therefore needed. In vitroExpand