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    Malaria Methods and Protocols
    ( Methods in Molecular Medicine)
    by Denise L. Doolan



    Pages: 648
    Publisher: Humana Press
    Edition: reprint, 2010.
    Language: English
    ISBN:
    978-1617372056
    Format: PDF
    Size: 6 MB

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    Internationally respected scientists and clinicians describe in step-by-step detail their most useful conventional and cutting-edge techniques for the study of malaria. Areas covered include clinical and laboratory diagnosis and typing, animal models, molecular biology, immunology, cell biology, vaccinology, laboratory models, and field applications. Each readily reproducible protocol has been tested, standardized, and optimized for experimental success, and includes many laboratory notes on troubleshooting, avoiding pitfalls, and interpreting results. Several of the most widely used methods are described here in detail for the first time or have been thoroughly updated since their original publication (e.g., in vitro culture of Plasmodium parasites and in vitro growth inhibition assay).

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