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Ultrastructure of rosette formation byPlasmodium coatneyi-infected erythrocytes of rhesus

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Tegoshi, T., Udomsangpetch, R., Brown, A. et al. Ultrastructure of rosette formation byPlasmodium coatneyi-infected erythrocytes of rhesus. Parasitol Res 79, 611–613 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00932248

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