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1963). The free vitamin is absorbed mainly in the anterior 3 cm of the worm's intestine and a rather large proportion is tightly bound, most of it to a mucoprotein fraction (Zam and Martin, 1969). Blood parasites often produce anemias in their hosts; the best known examples are the anemias developing in malaria and babesiosis. Tagged erythrocytes have helped to clarify the mechanisms involved to some extent. However, several other techniques have been applied also with advantage to the problem, especially in the case of malaria.
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