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  1. Smith, L.M., Motta, F.C., Chopra, G., Moch, J.K., Nerem, R.R., Cummins, B., Roche, K.E., Kelliher, C.M., Leman, A.R., Harer, J., Gedeon, T., Waters, N.C., and Haase, S.B. (2020). An intrinsic oscillator drives the blood stage cycle of the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Science 368, 754-759.

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