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Concluding remarks: variation and polymorphism in parasite phenotype – implications for the selection of potential intervention strategies

  • R. E. Sinden (a1)

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Work reported at this meeting has described the exploitation of variation in parasite phenotype in disciplines ranging from molecular taxonomy and drug development, through the understanding of host-parasite interaction, to the evolution of parasite populations and determining the potential efficacy of vaccine programmes.

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Concluding remarks: variation and polymorphism in parasite phenotype – implications for the selection of potential intervention strategies

  • R. E. Sinden (a1)

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