induced malaria

in·duced ma·lar·i·a

malaria acquired by artificial means, for example, through blood transfusion, common syringes, or malariotherapy.
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Looking back for a view of the future: observations on immunity to induced malaria.
Simply injecting erythropoietin, a protein that naturally stimulates red blood cell synthesis, into infected mice also induced malaria parasites to make more males.
For at least three reasons, induced malaria is not recommended for the treatment of Lyme disease.