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A microprocessor-based control unit for Plasmodium falciparum culture apparatus

A microprocessor-based control unit for Plasmodium falciparum culture apparatus

Abstract

Abstract We describe a microprocessor-based control unit for apparatus which effects changes of culture medium on Plasmodium falciparum parasites maintained in vitro. The unit has required minimal attention during the two years it has been in operation and it has markedly facilitated the production of mature sexual stages of Plasmodium falciparum on a routine basis. © 1987 IRL Press Ltd.
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