A Systems-Based Analysis of Plasmodium vivax Lifecycle Transcription from Human to Mosquito

@article{Westenberger2010ASA,
  title={A Systems-Based Analysis of Plasmodium vivax Lifecycle Transcription from Human to Mosquito},
  author={S. Westenberger and Colleen M. McClean and R. Chattopadhyay and Neekesh V Dharia and J. Carlton and J. Barnwell and W. Collins and S. Hoffman and Yingyao Zhou and J. Vinetz and E. Winzeler},
  journal={PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases},
  year={2010},
  volume={4}
}
Background Up to 40% of the world's population is at risk for Plasmodium vivax malaria, a disease that imposes a major public health and economic burden on endemic countries. Because P. vivax produces latent liver forms, eradication of P. vivax malaria is more challenging than it is for P. falciparum. Genetic analysis of P. vivax is exceptionally difficult due to limitations of in vitro culture. To overcome the barriers to traditional molecular biology in P. vivax, we examined parasite… Expand
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