Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, September 27th, 1999
Plasmodium coatneyi infection in rhesus monkeys has been used as a model for studying human malaria. Cytokine production in this model, however, has so far not been examined.
In this study, CDC researchers C. Yang and colleagues infected four rhesus monkeys with P. coatneyi, with another four animals serving as uninfected controls ("Cytokine Production in Rhesus Monkeys Infected with Plasmodium coatneyi," American Journal of Tropical Medicine...
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