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Rosetting characteristics of uninfected erythrocytes from healthy individuals and malaria patients.

Abstract:

Rosetting, defined as the binding of two or more uninfected red blood cells (rbc) to an infected rbc, occurs when malarial parasites mature, to trophozoites and schizonts, in the second half of their asexual development. Rosetting is believed to be an important factor in the development of cerebral malaria. In a series of studies to examine the characteristics of the uninfected rbc which contribute to rosetting, the ability of rbc from healthy donors to form rosettes was found to be greater i...

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10.1080/00034989860166

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Journal:
Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology
Volume:
92
Issue:
1
Pages:
45-56
Publication date:
1998-01-01
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1364-8594
ISSN:
0003-4983
Source identifiers:
36330
Language:
English
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2012-12-19

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