Further evidence supporting a role for gs signal transduction in severe malaria pathogenesis.

Auburn, S; Fry, AE; Clark, TG; Campino, S; Diakite, M; Green, A; Richardson, A; Jallow, M; Sisay-Joof, F; Pinder, M; +5 more... Molyneux, ME; Taylor, TE; Haldar, K; Rockett, KA; Kwiatkowski, DP; (2010) Further evidence supporting a role for gs signal transduction in severe malaria pathogenesis. PloS one, 5 (4). e10017. ISSN 1932-6203 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0010017

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