Plasmodium knowlesi gene expression differs in ex vivo compared to in vitro blood-stage cultures

@inproceedings{Lapp2015PlasmodiumKG,
  title={Plasmodium knowlesi gene expression differs in ex vivo compared to in vitro blood-stage cultures},
  author={Stacey A. Lapp and Sachel Mok and Lei Zhu and Hao Wu and Peter Rainer Preiser and Zybnek Bozdech and Mary Galinski},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2015}
}
Plasmodium knowlesi is one of five Plasmodium species known to cause malaria in humans and can result in severe illness and death. While a zoonosis in humans, this simian malaria parasite species infects macaque monkeys and serves as an experimental model for in vivo, ex vivo and in vitro studies. It has underpinned malaria discoveries relating to host-pathogen interactions, the immune response and immune evasion strategies. This study investigated differences in P. knowlesi gene expression in… CONTINUE READING

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