The significance of parasitic infections in terms of clinical disease: a personal view
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Cellular sensitivity in amoebiasis--preliminary results of lymphocytic transformation in response to specific antigen and to mitogen in carrier and disease states
A quantitative study into the role of infection in determining nutritional status in Gambian village children
Malaria infection of the placenta in The Gambia, West Africa; its incidence and relationship to stillbirth, birthweight and placental weight
Determinants of short stature in normal children at the age of two years: a case-control study in a community in Jerusalem
Effects of heavy and repeated malarial infections on Gambian infants and children; effects of erythrocytic parasitization
THE SUKUTA PROJECT. A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF HEALTH IN GAMBIAN CHILDREN FROM BIRTH TO 18 MONTHS OF AGE
The effect of maternal, umbilical cord and placental malaria parasitaemia on the birthweight of newborns from South-western Cameroon
Malaria infection in pregnancy and its effects on haemoglobin levels in women from a malaria endemic area of Fako Division, South West Province, Cameroon
Anemia develops when your blood lacks enough healthy red blood cells. Anemia of inflammation (AI, also called anemia of chronic disease) is a common, typically normocytic, normochromic anemia that is caused by an underlying inflammatory disease. Here is the latest research on anemia.