Pravin Kumar Atul

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Plasmodium spp. parasites, the causative agents of malaria, survive and replicate in human hosts by modulating host protective immune responses. In a rodent model, malaria manifests as a severe splenomegaly, with infiltration of cells and lympho-proliferation as major contributing factors of the immunopathology. However, the cellular contents and the(More)
The increasing number of multidrug-resistant Plasmodium strains warrants exploration of new anti-malarials. Medicinal plant research has become more important, particularly after the development of Chinese anti-malarial drug artemisnin from Artemisia annua. The present study shows evaluation of anti-malarial effects of two plants commonly used against(More)
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