ⓘ Plasmodium cynomolgi

                                     

ⓘ Plasmodium cynomolgi

Plasmodium cynomolgi is an apicomplexan parasite that infects mosquitoes and Asian Old World monkeys. This species has been used as a model for human Plasmodium vivax because Plasmodium cynomolgi shares the same life cycle and some important biological features with P. vivax.

                                     
  • Plasmodium cynomolgi ceylonensis Plasmodium cynomolgi cynomolgi Plasmodium eylesi Plasmodium fieldi Plasmodium fragile Plasmodium georgesi Plasmodium
  • quartan Plasmodium species, including Plasmodium coatneyi, Plasmodium cynomolgi Plasmodium fragile, Plasmodium fieldi, Plasmodium hylobati, Plasmodium simiovale
  • formerly Anopheles balabacensis introlatus is the main vector for Plasmodium cynomolgi a simian malaria in Malaya. Eyles DE, Warren M, Guinn E, et al
  • cause of the fever because Dr Bennett had previous been infected by Plasmodium cynomolgi which is not known to be infectious to gibbons. A second case reported
  • from both a human malaria species Plasmodium vivax and a closely related monkey malaria parasite Plasmodium cynomolgi producing a more detailed picture
  • Plasmodium knowlesi is a parasite that causes malaria in humans and other primates. It is found throughout Southeast Asia, and is the most common cause
  • for the human malarial parasites Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium knowlesi and simian malarial parasite Plasmodium cynomolgi Polymorphisms in this gene are
  • schizogony in Hepatocystis Plasmodium kochi. In the following year Shortt and Garnham described the liver stages of P. cynomolgi in monkeys. In the same