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Parasite Specific Antibody Increase Induced by an Episode of Acute P. falciparum Uncomplicated Malaria
Introduction There is no approved vaccine for malaria, and precisely how human antibody responses to malaria parasite components and potential vaccine molecules are developed and maintained remains poorly defined. In ...
Frequency of RANTES gene polymorphisms and their association with incidence of malaria: a longitudinal study on children in Iganga district, Uganda
(Bio Med Central, 2015)
Background: The severity and outcome of malaria is influenced by host immunity in which chemokines such as Regulated upon Activation, Normal T cell Expressed and Secreted (RANTES) play an important role. Previous studies show ...
Novel flow cytometry technique for detection of Plasmodium falciparum specific B‑cells in humans: increased levels of specific B‑cells in ongoing infection
(Malaria Journal, 2015)
Background: Malaria caused by Plasmodium falciparum is still a major health threat in endemic areas especially for children below 5 years of age. While it is recognized that antibody immunity plays an important role in ...
Differences in affinity of monoclonal and naturally acquired polyclonal antibodies against Plasmodium falciparum merozoite antigens
Background: Malaria is a major global cause of deaths and a vaccine is urgently needed. Results: We have employed the P. falciparum merozoite antigens MSP2-3D7/FC27 and AMA1, used them in ELISA, and coupled them in ...