Variation in infection length and superinfection enhance selection efficiency in the human malaria parasite

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Hsiao-Han Chang; Lauren M. Childs; Caroline O. Buckee;

The capacity for adaptation is central to the evolutionary success of the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Malaria epidemiology is characterized by the circulation of multiple, genetically diverse parasite clones, frequent superinfection, and highly variabl... View more
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