By Miodrag Ristic, J. P. Kreier (auth.), Miodrag Ristic DVM, PhD, Pierre Ambroise-Thomas MD, DSc, Julius Kreier DVM, PhD (eds.)
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Most of us would like to believe that the process of natural selection would eliminate all pointless or even mutually destructive aspects of the host-parasite relationship. There is some evidence in favor of this belief. The protection afforded to asexual stages of P. Jalciparum by adhesion to the vascular endothelin , for example, indicates that the splenic filter can destroy infected host cells in a sufficiently selective way to benefit the host. Jayawardena's  observation that ability to produce autoantibodies to modified erythrocytes helps mice to control acute malaria also indicates benefit to the host from selective erythrocyte destruction.