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plas·mo·di·al

(plaz-mō'dē-ăl),
1. Relating to a plasmodium.
2. Relating to any species of the genus Plasmodium.
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plas·mo·di·al

(plaz-mō'dē-ăl)
1. Relating to a plasmodium.
2. Relating to any species of the genus Plasmodium.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Over all sampling dates, spores were found in an average of about 40% of the spat that had advanced plasmodial infections, although peak prevalence of spores in advanced infections was 75%-100% (Ford et al.
falciparum was present in 56% of asymptomatic plasmodial infections in women diagnosed by qPCR, P.
(iii) Physarum myosin does not assemble in 150 mM KCl, a physiological salt concentration for skeletal muscle cells, but does assemble to form filaments in 30 mM KCl, a physiological salt concentration for Physarum plasmodial cells (see Section XI C).
In July 2014 Novartis described as "encouraging" the results of phase II trials on their anti-malarial drug KAE 609, which rapidly cleared patients in Thailand of the plasmodial parasites P.
Some haematological parameters in plasmodial parasitized HIV-infected Nigerians.
El tapete es generalmente plasmodial, un caracter tambien presente en Commelinales e invade los loculos de la antera, ya sea como periplasmodio o en forma celular, y envuelve los microsporocitos en el curso de su desarrollo (Dahlgren et al.
The newly synthesized compounds 5a-j were also tested for their anti plasmodial activity against the W2 strain of P.
According to a recent research by National Institute of Malaria Research, published in the latest issue of Malaria Journal, natural products isolated from plants used in traditional medicine with potent anti- plasmodial action ( anti malarial) represent potential sources of new anti- malarial drugs.