Severe malaria is manifest by a variety of clinical syndromes dependent on properties of both the host and the parasite. In young infants, severe malarial anemia (SMA) is the most common syndrome of severe disease and contributes substantially to the considerable mortality and morbidity from malaria. There is now growing evidence, from both human and mouse studies of malaria, to show that anemia is due not only to increased hemolysis of infected and clearance of uninfected red blood cells (RB...Expand abstract
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Malarial anemia: of mice and men.
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