Malaria: Parasite Biology, Pathogenesis, and Protection

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Irwin W. Sherman
ASM Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Medical - 575 pages
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Every 30 seconds a death is caused by Malaria. This book brings together recent advances in our understanding of the basic biology, genetics and pathogenesis of malaria, to facilitate the rapid generation of new insights and interventions. Each chapter is written by a leading expert(s), and serves as both a useful introduction to the area and a helpful set of references. Malaria: Parasite Biology, Pathogenesis and Protection is a useful entry point for graduate and medical students, scientists and individuals engaged in a subspecialty of Malaria research, as well as those who are simply interested in getting a grasp on the present status of this ever burgeoning public health problem.

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