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Natural Immunity to Malaria Offers Direction for Future Therapies

News   May 04, 2021 | Original story from The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research

 
Natural Immunity to Malaria Offers Direction for Future Therapies

A malaria parasite (yellow) entering a red blood cell. WEHI researchers have identified a way to block this key stage of malaria infection. Credit: WEHI.

 
 
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