The protective efficacy of MSP4/5 against lethal Plasmodium chabaudi adami challenge is dependent on the type of DNA vaccine vector and vaccination protocol

A. Rainczuk, P.M. Smooker, L. Kedzierski, C.G. Black, R.L. Coppel, Terry Spithill

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