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Author: A. J. Knell
ISBN: 0198547420
Pages 104 pages
Publisher Oxford University Press; First Edition edition (December 19, 1991)
Language English
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Sequencing of the genome of P. falciparum has provided insights into the malaria parasite’s complex lifecycle, which, combined with a. . falciparum has provided insights into the malaria parasite’s complex lifecycle, which, combined with a deeper understanding of the human immune response to infection, has yielded many novel candidate vaccines during the past two decades.

The Wellcome Trust/DBT India Alliance . Africa and Asia Programmes.

Malaria: a publication of the Tropical Programme of the Wellcome Trust. Part 1 Malaria - the problem: what is malaria? four species of malaria parasite infect humans malaria is a difficult disease to study the life cycle of "plasmodium" the genus "plasmodium" the malaria mosquito "anopheles" malaria afflicts most of the world's people human communities and malaria problems of cure problems of control.

Derived from the Malaria Exhibition compiled and created in the Wellcome Tropical Institute, and displayed there in 1987 and 1988" Pref. Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Personal Name: Knell, A. J. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. Corporate Name: Wellcome Tropical Institute. Meeting Name: Malaria Exhibition (1987-1988 :, Wellcome Tropical Institute). Rubrics: Malaria Popular works Atlases. falciparum has provided insights into the malaria parasite’s complex lifecycle, which, combined . Oxford: Oxford University Press.

The incidence of malaria has been growing recently due to increasing parasite drug-resistance and mosquito ce . Malaria: A publication of the Tropical Programme of the Welcome Trust. Oxford; Oxford University Press.

The incidence of malaria has been growing recently due to increasing parasite drug-resistance and mosquito ce (WHO,1986). Therefore, it is important to understand the important parameters in the transmission of the disease and develop effective solution strategies for its prevention. Mathematical modeling of malaria began in 1911 with Ross and major extensions were described by MacDonald in 1957(Macdonald,1968; & Halloran et al, 1989).

Based on an exhibition by the Wellcome Tropical Medicine Institute, this is an illustrative treatment of one of the world's major health problems, written with the non-specialist in mind

Based on an exhibition by the Wellcome Tropical Medicine Institute, this is an illustrative treatment of one of the world's major health problems, written with the non-specialist in mind. It covers the four species of malaria parasite that infect humans; stable and unstable malaria; transmission of malaria; methods used to study mosquitos; possibilities for vaccine production using new technology; malaria as it occurs throughout the world; and the history of malaria treatment and management programs.

Shows clinical studies of intravenous quinine therapy in cases of severe malaria, the use of tissue culture in the production of rabies vaccine and the management of patients bitten by Malayan pit vipers.

Based on an exhibition by the Wellcome Tropical Medicine Institute, this is an illustrative treatment of one of the world's major health problems, written with the non-specialist in mind. It covers the four species of malaria parasite that infect humans; stable and unstable malaria; transmission of malaria; methods used to study mosquitos; possibilities for vaccine production using new technology; malaria as it occurs throughout the world; and the history of malaria treatment and management programs.