Laboratory models for research in vivo and in vitro on malaria parasites of mammals: Current status

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In research aimed at developing strategies for the eradication of human malaria, various species of rodent, avian and non-human primate plasmodia are used as laboratory models. Here Barend Mons and Robert Sinden attempt to summarize the most common laboratory models for mammalian malaria, and to shed some light on their applicability to different aspects of malaria research. © 1990.

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Mons, B., & Sinden, R. E. (1990). Laboratory models for research in vivo and in vitro on malaria parasites of mammals: Current status. Parasitology Today. https://doi.org/10.1016/0169-4758(90)90377-G

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