1921
Volume 13, Issue 1_Part_2
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645

Abstract

I am grateful for the opportunity to open the discussion of Dr. Huff's paper. First of all, I think we should recognize that Dr. Huff and his colleagues are the ones to prepare such a paper; they are unquestionably the leaders in this area of malarial research.

The paper is both interesting and stimulating. It covers a multitude of scientific disciplines and technologies. Consequently, I think it quite likely that there will be a lively discussion. There may be temptations to stray into biochemical, physiological, embryological, and other considerations beyond the scope of the present workshop. However, should this happen, it is a problem for the moderator and not for me.

Now, with Dr. Huff's indulgence, I should like to make a few comments about the paper; hopefully I shall be able to cover some of the highlights of this interesting work.

Dr. Huff did not go into the history of culture of malarial parasites.

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