Primate Hosts of Malaria Parasites, with Particular Reference to their Use as Models of the Human Disease
Malaria research is undertaken chiefly in two ways: (1) the study of the infection in man or in animal models; and (2) the study of the different species which occur in mammals, birds and reptiles, as a general problem of zoology and parasitology. This Symposium largely concerns the first objective, but we can learn a lot from the second.
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