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This dynamic is likely to be altered where hosts are coinfected with prevalent endemic macroparasite
Current theoretical and empiric work suggests that the outcome of coinfection can be different even for the same parasite system (e.g., ), depending on the level of resource competition between macro- and microparasites  or macroparasite
burden and pathogenicity .
However, although malaria can behave sometimes as a microparasite and sometimes as a macroparasite
, in the specific context of the proposed model, it can be considered as a microparasitic disease.
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