malariology

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ma·lar·i·ol·o·gy

(mă-lār'ē-ol'ŏ-jē),
A study of malaria in all aspects, with particular reference to epidemiology and control.

malariology

The formal study of malaria. In practice, malariology is subsumed under the global term tropical medicine.

malariology

(mă-lār-ē-ŏl′ō-jē)
The scientific study of malaria.
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However, we now have several molecular techniques, which can be used not only to define the malariological picture in hosts in a given area, but also to isolate and evaluate particular proteins or antigens from the malaria parasite that could be used in development of an effective malaria vaccine and/or evaluation of those which are undergoing trials.
Plasmodium falciparum multiple infections in Mozambique, its relation to other malariological indices and to prospective risk of malaria morbidity.
Data were recorded at cross-sectional malariological surveys of the entire population of the study villages, during which malaria slides were prepared from all individuals and recent deliveries and their outcomes were recorded.