Acquired Resistance to Paludrine in Plasmodium Gallinaceum

@article{Bishop1947AcquiredRT,
  title={Acquired Resistance to Paludrine in Plasmodium Gallinaceum},
  author={Ann Bishop and B Birkett},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1947},
  volume={159},
  pages={884-885}
}
Acquired Resistance and Persistence after Passage through the Mosquito 

The stability of paludrine-resistance in Plasmodium gallinaceum in the absence of the drug

Acquired resistance to paludrine in Plasmodium gallinaceum was retained undiminished after passage at frequent intervals through untreated chicks for more than 1 year.

Failure to produce resistance to chloroquine in Plasmodium gallinaceum in chicks

A strain of Plasmodium gallinaceum has been treated for 16 months with chloroquine, under conditions which previously have produced strains resistant to proguanil, sulphonamides and pamaquin, but no

Acquired Resistance to Chloroquine Diphosphate in P. gallinaceum in Chicks

Resistance in Plasmodia to antimalarials can be developed easily and in a short time in certain groups of compounds and some resistance to some other groups of anti-malarial can be built up either with difficulty or not at all.

Pamaquin Resistance in a Strain of Plasmodium gallinaceum and its relationship to Other antimalarial Drugs

A four- to eight-fold increase in resistance to pamaquin has been developed in a strain of Plasmodium gallinaceum in chicks, and an appreciable loss in resistance was observed after it had been maintained in the absence of the drug for a period of 6 months.

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also resistant to of many other investigations of cross-resistance in several species of Plasmodium. Cross-resistance has been reported between sulphonamides, proguanil (Palu-drine), bromoguanide,

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The inhibition by p-aminobenzoic acid of the development of paludrine-resistance as produced by sulphonamides in plasmodium gallinaceum

A strain of Plasmodium gallinaceum has been treated for 10 weeks with sulphadiazine (5 mg./20 g.) in the presence of p-aminobenzoic acid in doses (0·5 mg./ 20 g.) inhibiting the sulphadiazine. No