Plasmodium chabaudi: association of reversal of chloroquine resistance with increased accumulation of chloroquine in resistant parasites.

@article{Miki1992PlasmodiumCA,
  title={Plasmodium chabaudi: association of reversal of chloroquine resistance with increased accumulation of chloroquine in resistant parasites.},
  author={Atsushi Miki and Kazuyuki Tanabe and Takao Nakayama and C Kiryon and Kumiko Ohsawa},
  journal={Experimental parasitology},
  year={1992},
  volume={74 2},
  pages={
          134-42
        }
}

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A chloroquine-like molecule designed to reverse resistance in Plasmodium falciparum.

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