Published in Blood Weekly, October 9th, 1995
Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax infections are responsible for almost all (about 99 percent) of the cases of human malaria, noted K. Ayyanathan, Astra Research Center India, Bangalore, India, and colleagues ("Development of Specific DNA Probes and Their Usage in the Detection of Plasmodium vivax Infection in Blood," Molecular and Cellular Probes, August 1995;9(4):239-246).
Ayyanathan et al. noted that the use of nucleic acid probes for the detection of pathogenic...
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