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Chloroquine resistance in malaria: variations of substrate-stimulated chloroquine accumulation

The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics

Dec 1, 1975

C D FitchY Gonzalez

PMID: 1104805

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The response of [14C]chloroquine accumulation to the provision of substrate was evaluated using washed erythrocytes infected with Plasmodium berghei CS (chloroquine-susceptible), with P. berghei CR (chloroquine-resistant), with Plasmodium vinckei CS, with P. vinckei CR, or with a strain...read more

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Plasmodium berghei
Malaria
Drug Resistance
Erythrocytes
Nivaquine
Plasmodium
Mice, Inbred Strains
Blood Glucose
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Chloroquine resistance in malaria: variations of substrate-stimulated chloroquine accumulation

The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics

Dec 1, 1975

C D FitchY Gonzalez

PMID: 1104805

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Abstract

The response of [14C]chloroquine accumulation to the provision of substrate was evaluated using washed erythrocytes infected with Plasmodium berghei CS (chloroquine-susceptible), with P. berghei CR (chloroquine-resistant), with Plasmodium vinckei CS, with P. vinckei CR, or with a strain...read more

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Plasmodium berghei
Malaria
Drug Resistance
Erythrocytes
Nivaquine
Plasmodium
Mice, Inbred Strains
Blood Glucose

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