exoerythrocytic


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exoerythrocytic

 [ek″so-ĕ-rith″ro-sit´ik]
occurring or situated outside the red blood cells (erythrocytes), a term applied to a stage in the development of malarial parasites that takes place in cells other than erythrocytes.

exoerythrocytic

/exo·eryth·ro·cyt·ic/ (-ĕ-rith″ro-sit´ik) occurring outside the erythrocyte; applied to developmental stages of malarial parasites taking place in cells other than erythrocytes.

exoerythrocytic

(ĕk″sō-ĕ-rĭth″rō-sī′tĭk) [″ + erythros, red, + kytos, cell]
Occurring outside the red blood cells. Most of the life cycle of the malaria parasite in a human host is inside the red blood cell, where it causes symptoms; the rest is outside the red blood cell, and latent (i.e., exoerythrocytic).

exoerythrocytic

occurring or situated outside the red blood cells (erythrocytes), a term applied to a stage in the development of protozoan parasites that takes place in cells other than erythrocytes (e.g. plasmodium).
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microti parasites, which are not known to have an exoerythrocytic tissue phase, has not been described, nor has the occurrence of 3 consecutive routes of transmission (vector, transfusion, and transplantation), which has been reported for West Nile virus (23,24).
AZT might interfere with transmission by exoerythrocytic inhibition of parasite liver stages in humans and mice (3) and by interference with ookinete and sporozoite production in mosquitoes (4).
Failure to detect hypnozoites in hepatic tissue containing exoerythrocytic schizonts of Plasmodium knowlesi.