Vol 8: A High Resolution Case Study of a Patient with Recurrent Plasmodium vivax Infections Shows That Relapses Were Caused by Meiotic Siblings.Report as inadecuate



 Vol 8: A High Resolution Case Study of a Patient with Recurrent Plasmodium vivax Infections Shows That Relapses Were Caused by Meiotic Siblings.


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This article is from PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, volume 8.AbstractPlasmodium vivax infects a hundred million people annually and endangers 40% of the world-s population.
Unlike Plasmodium falciparum, P.
vivax parasites can persist as a dormant stage in the liver, known as the hypnozoite, and these dormant forms can cause malaria relapses mont

Author: Bright, Andrew Taylor; Manary, Micah J.; Tewhey, Ryan; Arango, Eliana M.; Wang, Tina; Schork, Nicholas J.; Yanow, Stephanie K.; Winzeler, Elizabeth A.

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