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Increasing reports of resistance to a frontline malaria blood-stage treatment, chloroquine (CQ), raises concerns for the elimination of Plasmodium vivax . The absence of an effective molecular marker of CQ resistance in P. vivax greatly constrains surveillance of this emerging threat.

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Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy


American Society for Microbiology

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