Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 165)
Hypoxanthine Metabolism by Human Malaria Infected Erythrocytes: Focus for the Design of New Antimalarial Drugs
It is the blood stage, or intraerythrocytic (IE) form, of the malaria parasite that produces the major clinical and pathological features of malaria infection.
KeywordsMalaria Parasite Antimalarial Drug Mycophenolic Acid Purine Metabolism Purine Nucleotide
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