Effect of anemia and renal cytokine production on erythropoietin production during blood-stage malaria.
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May 01, 2004
Blood-stage malaria infection modulates the production of renal pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines in resistant versus susceptible strains of mice differentially. However, despite the fluctuations of renal cytokines, the degree of anemia is the main determinant for Epo production during blood-stage malaria while kidney cytokines may exert secondary influences.
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