Corpus ID: 38914023

Studies on transmission of simian malaria and on a natural infection of man with Plasmodium simium in Brazil.

@article{Deane1966StudiesOT,
  title={Studies on transmission of simian malaria and on a natural infection of man with Plasmodium simium in Brazil.},
  author={L. Deane and M. Deane and J. F. Ferreira Neto},
  journal={Bulletin of the World Health Organization},
  year={1966},
  volume={35 5},
  pages={
          805-8
        }
}

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