The question of whether infection of humans with one species of malaria parasite alters the course of infection with another has been largely ignored because no such interaction was found during studies of induced malaria in patients with neurosyphilis. However, in animal model systems some degree of cross-species interaction is the rule rather than the exception. Furthermore, recent epidemiological observations in Vanuatu in the South Pacific have suggested a biological interaction between t...Expand abstract
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Plasmodium vevax and P. falciparum: Biological interactions and the possibility of cross-species immunity.
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