+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Malaria: blood slides under treatment

, : Malaria: blood slides under treatment. International Journal of Infectious Diseases 7(3): 233; Author Reply 233-233; Author Reply 233


PMID: 14563229

Other references

Wilson G.W.C., 1986: Newcastle disease and paramyxovirus 1 of pigeons in the european community. A variant of ND virus affecting pigeons as the primary host species has infected many lofts throughout the EC since 1981. The disease entered GB in 1983 and, through a probably unique sequence of events, produced a series of outbreaks of Newcastle...

Villada, G.; Chosidow, O.; Delchier, J.C.; Clérici, T.; Cordoliani, F.; Wolkenstein, P.; Roujeau, J.C.; Revuz, J., 1990: Cutaneous manifestations of blind-loop syndrome. Annales de Dermatologie et de Venereologie 117(11): 848-850

Cheng, F.W.; Gao, X.; Jensen, G.L., 2016: Weight Change and All-Cause Mortality in Older Adults: A Meta-Analysis. This meta-analysis of observational cohort studies examined the association between weight change (weight loss, weight gain, and weight fluctuation) and all-cause mortality among older adults. We used Pub Med (MEDLINE), Web of Science, and Cochran...

Mavromoustakos, T.; Zervou, M.; Bonas, G.; Kolocouris, A.; Petrakis, P., 2000: A novel analytical method to detect adulteration of virgin olive oil by other oils. The present study focuses on the olefinic region of the 13C nuclear magnetic resonance (13C NMR) spectrum of virgin olive oil which shows 12 peaks resonating between 127.5 and 130 ppm. These peaks are assigned to the most abundant unsaturated fatt...

Barrett, P.N.; Atkins, G.J., 1981: Establishment of persistent infection in mouse cells by Sindbis virus and its temperature-sensitive mutants. The ability of wild-type (wt) Sindbis virus and six temperature-sensitive (ts) mutants to establish persistent infection in mouse L cells and a line of mouse embryo (ME) cells was determined. The wt established persistent infection in both ME cell...

Neukomm, S., 1993: Concerning Héraïeff's article ob obesity in the Revue médicale de la Suisse Romande (No.11, Vol.112, November 1992). Revue Medicale de la Suisse Romande 113(3): 251-254

Hueg W.F.Jr, 1977: Focus on the future with an eye to the past. Thorne, Marlowe D Et Al (Ed ) Asa (American Society Of Agronomy) Special Publication, No 30 Agronomists And Food: Contributions And Challenges Annual Meeting Houston, Tex , Usa, Nov 28-Dec 3, 1976 V+108p Illus Maps American Society Agronomy: Madison, Wis , Usa Isbn 0-89118-048-6 73-85

Bolton, M.D.; Rivera, V.; Secor, G., 2013: Identification of the G143A mutation associated with QoI resistance in Cercospora beticola field isolates from Michigan, United States. Cercospora leaf spot (CLS), caused by the fungus Cercospora beticola, is the most serious foliar disease of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) worldwide. Disease control is mainly achieved by timely fungicide applications. In 2011, CLS control failures...

Ebert P.; Kersten W., 1985: Polyamines in the control of cell growth and of dmso or butyrate induced differentiation of murine erythroleukemic cells. Selmeci, L , M E Brosnan And N Seiler (Ed ) Recent Progress in Polyamine Research; International Conference, Budapest, Hungary, Aug 1984 Xii+634p Akademiai Kiado: Budapest, Hungary Illus 351-362

Rotter, D.; Bharti, A.K.; Li, H.Michael.; Luo, C.; Bonos, S.A.; Bughrara, S.; Jung, G.; Messing, J.; Meyer, W.A.; Rudd, S.; Warnke, S.E.; Belanger, F.C., 2007: Analysis of EST sequences suggests recent origin of allotetraploid colonial and creeping bentgrasses. Advances in plant genomics have permitted the analysis of several members of the grass family, including the major domesticated species, and provided new insights into the evolution of the major crops on earth. Two members, colonial bentgrass (Agr...