2 edition of cross-immune relationship of various strains of Plasmodium cathemerium and P. relictum found in the catalog.
cross-immune relationship of various strains of Plasmodium cathemerium and P. relictum
William Brinson Redmond
1937 in Chicago .
Written in English
|Other titles||Cross immunity in avian malaria.|
|Statement||by William B. Redmond.|
|LC Classifications||SF995.6.M3 R42 1937|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 39 l.|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||74191975|
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An examination of a strain of Plasmodium relictum var. matutinum (strain R) and one of P. cathemerium (strain A) has shown that as regards virulence and immunity resulting from infection these strains differ from other strains of the same species.
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Plasmodium falciparum infection causes transient immunosuppression during the parasitaemic stage. However, the immune response during simultaneous infections with both P.
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Hewitt, Redginal () Bird Malaria. Johns Hopkins, Baltimore 0 downloads Views 6MB Size. Report. An alternative explanation to the seasonal changes in Plasmodium lineage composition is that concomitant infection of C.
pipiens by P. relictum and P. vaughani may have increased throughout the. In vitro development of Haemoproteus parasites: the efficiency of reproductive cells increase during simultaneous sexual process of different lineages Article in Parasitology Research (4.
His review is limited to the genus Plasmodium S.S. and it deals with modern advances in respect of such topics as new species and taxonomic problems, life cycles, vertebrate host susceptibility and the zoonoses problems, ultrastructure of the various developmental stages, pathogenesis, and matters related to immunity and serology.