Parasites from patients with cerebral malaria stick preferentially in their brains
5 monthes ago - By ScienceDaily
Scientists have provided, for the first time, evidence which links the ability of red blood cells infected with the malaria parasite to bind to the cells lining the blood vessels of the brain, with the clinical syndrome cerebral malaria.
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Parasites from children with cerebral malaria stick preferentially in their brains, shows research
5 monthes ago - By News Medical
A team at LSTM with their collaborators in Malawi and Denmark have provided, for the first time, evidence which links the ability of red blood cells infected with the malaria parasite to bind to the cells lining the blood vessels of the brain, with the clinical syndrome cerebral malaria.
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