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Plasmodium Vivax

Plasmodium vivax is a protozoal parasite. It is considered one of the main causative pathogen of Malaria. The plasmodium vivax is carried by the female Anopheles mosquito. The parasite is found in tropical regions, like Latin America, parts of Africa. It is estimated that 2.5 billion people are infected by P. Vivax. The parasite is carried by at least 71 mosquito species. Chloroquine and Tafenoquine are the drugs used to treat malaria caused by P. Vivax. This specialized field of study can focus on the malarial headache, fever, chills, chemotherapy, control elimination, its spread and its research. Malaria Chemotherapy Control & Elimination is one of the best Plasmodium vivax journals in the world that committed to provide most excited research in of malarial spread and its malarial control. Journal is an interdisciplinary journal covers major aspects malaria research. OMICS International is one of the very fewer well-established Open Access publishers in the world. The Group currently running around 500 open access journal that are publishing high quality peer reviewed content in the respective fields. The Pioneer publisher now offering it services in Medicine, Engineering & technology and Life sciences. 50,000+ editorial board members are upholding the standards OMICS Peer reviewed Journals
 
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Last date updated on June, 2014