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    1. Xu, QW; Qaum, T; Adamis, AP
      Sensitive blood-retinal barrier breakdown quantitation using Evans blue

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    2. Sanchez-Torres, L; Rodriguez-Ropon, A; Aguilar-Medina, M; Favila-Castillo, L
      Mouse splenic CD4(+) and CD8(+) T cells undergo extensive apoptosis duringa Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi AS infection

      PARASITE IMMUNOLOGY
    3. Yoneto, T; Waki, S; Takai, T; Tagawa, Y; Iwakura, Y; Mizuguchi, J; Nariuchi, H; Yoshimoto, T
      A critical role of Fc receptor-mediated antibody-dependent phagocytosis inthe host resistance to blood-stage Plasmodium berghei XAT infection

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    4. Chang, WL; Jones, SP; Lefer, DJ; Welbourne, T; Sun, G; Yin, LJ; Suzuki, H; Huang, J; Granger, DN; van der Heyde, HC
      CD8(+)-T-cell depletion ameliorates circulatory shock in Plasmodium berghei-infected mice

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    5. Riopel, J; Tam, M; Mohan, K; Marino, MW; Stevenson, MM
      Granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor-deficient mice have impaired resistance to blood-stage malaria

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    6. Yoder, BJ; Goodrum, KJ
      Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi: B-1 cell expansion correlates with semiresistance in BALB/cJ mice

      EXPERIMENTAL PARASITOLOGY
    7. Mannoor, MK; Weerasinghe, A; Halder, RC; Reza, S; Morshed, M; Ariyasinghe, A; Watanabe, H; Sekikawa, H; Abo, T
      Resistance to malarial infection is achieved by the cooperation of NK1.1(+) and NK1.1(-) subsets of intermediate TCR cells which are constituents of innate immunity

      CELLULAR IMMUNOLOGY
    8. Piguet, PF; Da Kan, C; Vesin, C; Rochat, A; Donati, Y; Barazzone, C
      Role of CD40-CD40L in mouse severe malaria

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    9. Haque, A; Echchannaoui, H; Seguin, R; Schwartzman, J; Kasper, LH; Haque, S
      Cerebral malaria in mice - Interleukin-2 treatment induces accumulation ofgamma delta T cells in the brain and alters resistant mice to susceptible-like phenotype

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    10. Yoshida, A; Maruyama, H; Kumagai, T; Amano, T; Kobayashi, F; Zhang, MX; Himeno, K; Ohta, N
      Schistosoma mansoni infection cancels the susceptibility to Plasmodium chabaudi through induction of type 1 immune responses in A/J mice

      INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY
    11. Plebanski, M; Hill, AVS
      The immunology of malaria infection

      CURRENT OPINION IN IMMUNOLOGY
    12. Fortin, A; Penman, M; Stevenson, MM; Krieger, M; Gros, P
      Identification and characterization of naturally occurring variants of themacrophage scavenger receptor (SR-A)

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    13. Iozef, R; Becker, K; Boehme, CC; Schirmer, RH; Werner, D
      Assembly and functional expression of murine glutathione reductase cDNA: asequence missing in expressed sequence tag libraries

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR BASIS OF DISEASE
    14. Cubas, ABC; Rolland, L; Bricaire, F; Gentilini, M; Monjour, L
      The anti-malaria role of the spleen

      PRESSE MEDICALE
    15. Sharma, A; Kabilan, L
      Regulation of nitric oxide production by cytokines in human macrophages: Possible role in P. vivax malaria

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY & BIOPHYSICS
    16. Smooker, PM; Setiady, YY; Rainczuk, A; Spithill, TW
      Expression library immunization protects mice against a challenge with virulent rodent malaria

      VACCINE
    17. Sinniah, R; Lye, WC
      Acute renal failure from myoglobinuria secondary to myositis from severe falciparum malaria

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NEPHROLOGY
    18. Agrawal, AK; Gupta, CM
      Tuftsin-bearing liposomes in treatment of macrophage-based infections

      ADVANCED DRUG DELIVERY REVIEWS
    19. Rungger-Brandle, E; Dosso, AA; Leuenberger, PM
      Glial reactivity, an early feature of diabetic retinopathy

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    20. Singh, NJ; Sehgal, A; Sharma, S
      Characterization of a differential immunoscreen epitope of Plasmodium falciparum using combinatorial agents

      PARASITE IMMUNOLOGY
    21. Daniel-Ribeiro, CT
      Is there a role for autoimmunity in immune protection against malaria?

      MEMORIAS DO INSTITUTO OSWALDO CRUZ
    22. Malagon, F; Castillo, OG
      On the labeling of malaria parasites in vivo with H-3-hipoxanthine while developing an infection in the mouse

      ACTA PROTOZOOLOGICA
    23. Balmer, P; Alexander, J; Phillips, RS
      Protective-immunity to erythrocytic Plasmodium chabaudi AS infection involves IFN gamma-mediated responses and a cellular infiltrate to the liver

      PARASITOLOGY
    24. Shankar, AH
      Nutritional modulation of malaria morbidity and mortality

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    25. Pasquetto, V; Guidotti, LG; Kakimi, K; Tsuji, M; Chisari, FV
      Host-virus interactions during malaria infection in hepatitis B virus transgenic mice

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    26. Su, Z; Stevenson, MM
      Central role of endogenous gamma interferon in protective immunity againstblood-stage Plasmodium chabaudi AS infection

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    27. Piguet, PF; Da Laperrousaz, C; Vesin, C; Tacchini-Cottier, F; Senaldi, G; Grau, GE
      Delayed mortality and attenuated thrombocytopenia associated with severe malaria in urokinase- and urokinase receptor-deficient mice

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    28. Luty, AJF; Perkins, DJ; Lell, B; Schmidt-Ott, R; Lehman, LG; Luckner, D; Greve, B; Matousek, P; Herbich, K; Schmid, D; Weinberg, JB; Kremsner, PG
      Low interleukin-12 activity in severe Plasmodium falciparum malaria

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    29. Ahlborg, N; Ling, IT; Holder, AA; Riley, EM
      Linkage of exogenous T-cell epitopes to the 19-kilodalton region of Plasmodium yoelii merozoite surface protein 1 (MSP1(19)) can enhance protective immunity against malaria and modulate the immunoglobulin subclass response to MSP1(19)

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    30. Martiney, JA; Sherry, B; Metz, CN; Espinoza, M; Ferrer, AS; Calandra, T; Broxmeyer, HE; Bucala, R
      Macrophage migration inhibitory factor release by macrophages after ingestion of Plasmodium chabaudi-infected erythrocytes: Possible role in the pathogenesis of malarial anemia

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    31. Helmby, H; Jonsson, G; Troye-Blomberg, M
      Cellular changes and apoptosis in the spleens and peripheral blood of miceinfected with blood-stage Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi AS

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    32. Perlmann, P; Troye-Blomberg, M
      Malaria blood-stage infection and its control by the immune system

      FOLIA BIOLOGICA
    33. Amani, V; Vigario, AM; Belnoue, E; Marussig, M; Fonseca, L; Mazier, D; Renia, L
      Involvement of IFN-gamma receptor-mediated signaling in pathology and anti-malarial immunity induced by Plasmodium berghei infection

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    34. Hu, P; Pollard, JD; Chan-Ling, T
      Breakdown of the blood-retinal barrier induced by activated T cells of nonneural specificity

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    35. Smith, DF; Stults, NL; Cormier, MJ; Actor, JK
      Recombinant aequorin: A bioluminescent signal for molecular diagnostics

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL LIGAND ASSAY
    36. Plebanski, M; Flanagan, KL; Lee, EAM; Reece, WHH; Hart, K; Gelder, C; Gillespie, G; Pinder, M; Hill, AVS
      Interleukin 10-mediated immunosuppression by a variant CD4 T cell epitope of Plasmodium falciparum

      IMMUNITY
    37. Boubou, MI; Collette, A; Voegtle, D; Mazier, D; Cazenave, PA; Pied, S
      T cell response in malaria pathogenesis: selective increase in T cells carrying the TCR V(beta)8 during experimental cerebral malaria

      INTERNATIONAL IMMUNOLOGY
    38. Pan, WQ; Ravot, E; Tolle, R; Frank, R; Mosbach, R; Turbachova, I; Bujard, H
      Vaccine candidate MSP-1 from Plasmodium falciparum: a redesigned 4917 bp polynucleotide enables synthesis and isolation of full-length protein from Escherichia coli and mammalian cells

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    39. Benjamin, PA; Ling, IT; Clottey, G; Valero, LMS; Ogun, SA; Fleck, SL; Walliker, D; Morgan, WD; Birdsall, B; Feeney, J; Holder, AA
      Antigenic and sequence diversity at the C-terminus of the merozoite surface protein-1 from rodent malaria isolates, and the binding of protective monoclonal antibodies

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    40. Taylor-Robinson, AW; Smith, EC
      A dichotomous role for nitric oxide in protection against blood stage malaria infection

      IMMUNOLOGY LETTERS
    41. Hirunpetcharat, C; Finkelman, F; Clark, IA; Good, MF
      Malaria parasite-specific Th1-like T cells simultaneously reduce parasitemia and promote disease

      PARASITE IMMUNOLOGY
    42. Good, MF
      Malaria - Tying the conductor's arms

      NATURE
    43. Levesque, MA; Sullivan, AD; Meshnick, SR
      Splenic and hepatic hemozoin in mice after malaria parasite clearance

      JOURNAL OF PARASITOLOGY
    44. Krucken, J; Stamm, O; Schmitt-Wrede, HP; Mincheva, A; Lichter, P; Wunderlich, F
      Spleen-specific expression of the malaria-inducible intronless mouse gene imap38

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    45. Igarashi, I; Suzuki, R; Waki, S; Tagawa, Y; Seng, S; Tum, S; Omata, Y; Saito, A; Nagasawa, H; Iwakura, Y; Suzuki, N; Mikami, T; Toyoda, Y
      Roles of CD4+ T cells and gamma interferon in protective immunity against Babesia microti infection in mice

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    46. Yoneto, T; Yoshimoto, T; Wang, CR; Takahama, Y; Tsuji, M; Waki, S; Nariuchi, H
      Gamma interferon production is critical for protective immunity to infection with blood-stage Plasmodium berghei XAT but neither NO production nor NKcell activation is critical

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    47. Yang, CF; Collins, WE; Sullivan, JS; Kaslow, DC; Xiao, LH; Lal, AA
      Partial protection against Plasmodium vivax blood-stage infection in Saimiri monkeys by immunization with a recombinant C-terminal fragment of merozoite surface protein 1 in block copolymer adjuvant

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    48. Zhang, M; Hisaeda, H; Sakai, T; Ishikawa, H; Hao, YP; Nakano, Y; Ito, Y; Himeno, K
      Macrophages expressing heat-shock protein 65 play an essential role in protection of mice infected with Plasmodium yoelii

      IMMUNOLOGY
    49. Mackinnon, MJ; Read, AF
      Genetic relationships between parasite virulence and transmission in the rodent malaria Plasmodium chabaudi

      EVOLUTION
    50. Scragg, IG; Hensmann, M; Bate, CAW; Kwiatkowski, D
      Early cytokine induction by Plasmodium falciparum is not a classical endotoxin-like process

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    51. MORDMULLER B; TURRINI F; LONG H; KREMSNER PG; ARESE P
      NEUTROPHILS AND MONOCYTES FROM SUBJECTS WITH THE MEDITERRANEAN G6PD VARIANT - EFFECT OF PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM HEMOZOIN ON G6PD ACTIVITY, OXIDATIVE BURST AND CYTOKINE PRODUCTION

      European cytokine network
    52. RODRIGUEZACOSTA A; FINOL HJ; PULIDOMENDEZ M; MARQUEZ A; ANDRADE G; GONZALEZ N; AGUILAR I; GIRON ME; PINTO A
      LIVER ULTRASTRUCTURAL PATHOLOGY IN MICE INFECTED WITH PLASMODIUM-BERGHEI

      Journal of submicroscopic cytology and pathology
    53. HU P; POLLARD J; HUNT N; CHANLING T
      MICROVASCULAR AND CELLULAR-RESPONSES IN THE RETINA OF RATS WITH ACUTEEXPERIMENTAL ALLERGIC ENCEPHALOMYELITIS (EAE)

      Brain pathology
    54. LEHMAN LG; PRADA J; KREMSNER PG
      PROTECTION OF MICE PREVIOUSLY INFESTED WITH PLASMODIUM-VINCKEI AGAINST SUBSEQUENT SALMONELLA-ENTERITIDIS INFECTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH NITRIC-OXIDE PRODUCTION CAPACITY

      Parasitology research
    55. RIHET P; ABEL L; TRAORE Y; AUCAN C; FUMOUX F
      HUMAN MALARIA - SEGREGATION ANALYSIS OF BLOOD INFECTION LEVELS IN A SUBURBAN AREA AND A RURAL AREA IN BURKINA-FASO

      Genetic epidemiology
    56. MOHAN K; STEVENSON MM
      INTERLEUKIN-12 CORRECTS SEVERE ANEMIA DURING BLOOD-STAGE PLASMODIUM-CHABAUDI AS IN SUSCEPTIBLE A J MICE/

      Experimental hematology
    57. TAYLORROBINSON AW; PHILLIPS RS
      INFECTIVE DOSE MODULATES THE BALANCE BETWEEN TH1-REGULATED AND TH2-REGULATED IMMUNE-RESPONSES DURING BLOOD-STAGE MALARIA INFECTION

      Scandinavian journal of immunology
    58. EIAMONG S; SITPRIJA V
      FALCIPARUM-MALARIA AND THE KIDNEY - A MODEL OF INFLAMMATION

      American journal of kidney diseases
    59. LE TP; CHURCH LWP; CORRADIN G; HUNTER RL; CHAROENVIT Y; WANG RB; DELAVEGA P; SACCI J; BALLOU WR; KOLODNY N; KITOV S; GLENN GM; RICHARDS RL; ALVING CR; HOFFMAN SL
      IMMUNOGENICITY OF PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM CIRCUMSPOROZOITE PROTEIN MULTIPLE ANTIGEN PEPTIDE VACCINE FORMULATED WITH DIFFERENT ADJUVANTS

      Vaccine
    60. LI RM; KARA AU; SINNIAH R
      DYSREGULATION OF CYTOKINE EXPRESSION IN TUBULOINTERSTITIAL NEPHRITIS ASSOCIATED WITH MURINE MALARIA

      Kidney international
    61. LI RM; KARA AU; SINNIAH R
      IN-SITU ANALYSIS OF ADHESION MOLECULE EXPRESSION IN KIDNEYS INFECTED WITH MURINE MALARIA

      Journal of pathology
    62. TAYLORROBINSON AW
      IMMUNOREGULATION OF MALARIAL INFECTION - BALANCING THE VICES AND VIRTUES

      International journal for parasitology
    63. HELMBY H; KULLBERG M; TROYEBLOMBERG M
      ALTERED IMMUNE-RESPONSES IN MICE WITH CONCOMITANT SCHISTOSOMA-MANSONIAND PLASMODIUM-CHABAUDI INFECTIONS

      Infection and immunity (Print)
    64. PEREZFUENTES R; SANCHEZGUILLN MD; GONZALEZALVAREZ C; MONTEON VM; REYES PA; ROSALESENCINA JL
      HUMORAL NITRIC-OXIDE LEVELS AND ANTIBODY IMMUNE-RESPONSE OF SYMPTOMATIC AND INDETERMINATE CHAGAS-DISEASE PATIENTS TO COMMERCIAL AND AUTOCHTHONOUS TRYPANOSOMA-CRUZI ANTIGEN

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
    65. GARCIA A; COT M; CHIPPAUX JP; RANQUE S; FEINGOLD J; DEMENAIS F; ABEL L
      GENETIC-CONTROL OF BLOOD INFECTION LEVELS IN HUMAN MALARIA - EVIDENCEFOR A COMPLEX GENETIC MODEL

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
    66. WENISCH C; LOOAREESUWAN S; WILAIRATANA P; PARSCHALK B; VANNAPANN S; WANARATANA V; WERNSDORFER W; GRANINGER W
      EFFECT OF PENTOXIFYLLINE ON CYTOKINE PATTERNS IN THE THERAPY OF COMPLICATED PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM MALARIA

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
    67. LOOAREESUWAN S; WILAIRATANA P; VANNAPHAN S; WANARATANA V; WENISCH C; AIKAWA M; BRITTENHAM G; GRANINGER W; WERNSDORFER WH
      PENTOXIFYLLINE AS AN ANCILLARY TREATMENT FOR SEVERE FALCIPARUM-MALARIA IN THAILAND

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
    68. PULIDOMENDEZ M; FINOL HJ; MARQUEZ A; AGUILAR I; GIRON ME; GONZALEZ N; RODRIGUEZACOSTA A
      ADRENAL-CORTEX ALTERATIONS IN MICE INFECTED WITH PLASMODIUM-BERGHEI

      Journal of submicroscopic cytology and pathology
    69. DOOLAN DL; HOFFMAN SL
      PRE-ERYTHROCYTIC-STAGE IMMUNE EFFECTOR MECHANISMS IN PLASMODIUM SPP. INFECTIONS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    70. MARUSSIG M; RENIA L; MOTARD A; MILTGEN F; PETOUR P; CHAUHAN V; CORRADIN G; MAZIER D
      LINEAR AND MULTIPLE ANTIGEN PEPTIDES CONTAINING DEFINED T-EPITOPE ANDB-EPITOPE OF THE PLASMODIUM-YOELII CIRCUMSPOROZOITE PROTEIN - ANTIBODY-MEDIATED PROTECTION AND BOOSTING BY SPOROZOITE INFECTION

      International immunology
    71. JAKOBSEN PH; KOCH C; BENDTZEN K
      INHIBITION OF LPS AND PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM INDUCED CYTOKINE SECRETION BY PENTOXIFYLLINE AND 2 ANALOGS

      Scandinavian journal of immunology
    72. FAVRE N; RYFFEL B; BORDMANN G; RUDIN W
      THE COURSE OF PLASMODIUM-CHABAUDI CHABAUDI INFECTIONS IN INTERFERON-GAMMA RECEPTOR-DEFICIENT MICE

      Parasite immunology
    73. AMANTE FH; GOOD MF
      PROLONGED TH1-LIKE RESPONSE GENERATED BY A PLASMODIUM YOELII-SPECIFICT-CELL CLONE ALLOWS COMPLETE CLEARANCE OF INFECTION IN RECONSTITUTED MICE

      Parasite immunology
    74. HERMSEN C; VANDEWIEL T; MOMMERS E; SAUERWEIN R; ELING W
      DEPLETION OF CD4(-CELLS PREVENTS PLASMODIUM-BERGHEI INDUCED CEREBRAL MALARIA IN END-STAGE DISEASE() OR CD8(+) T)

      Parasitology
    75. MOHAN K; MOULIN P; STEVENSON MM
      NATURAL-KILLER-CELL CYTOKINE PRODUCTION, NOT CYTOTOXICITY, CONTRIBUTES TO RESISTANCE AGAINST BLOOD-STAGE PLASMODIUM-CHABAUDI AS INFECTION

      The Journal of immunology
    76. RODRIGUES EG; ZAVALA F; EICHINGER D; WILSON JM; TSUJI M
      SINGLE IMMUNIZING DOSE OF RECOMBINANT ADENOVIRUS EFFICIENTLY INDUCES CD8(-MEDIATED PROTECTIVE IMMUNITY AGAINST MALARIA() CELL)

      The Journal of immunology
    77. VANDERHEYDE HC; PEPPER B; BATCHELDER J; CIGEL F; WEIDANZ WP
      THE TIME-COURSE OF SELECTED MALARIAL INFECTIONS IN CYTOKINE-DEFICIENTMICE

      Experimental parasitology
    78. SALMON G; DESOUZA JB; BUTCHER GA; PLAYFAIR JHJ
      PREMATURE REMOVAL OF UNINFECTED ERYTHROCYTES DURING MALARIAL INFECTION OF NORMAL AND IMMUNODEFICIENT MICE

      Clinical and experimental immunology
    79. ARESE P; SCHWARZER E
      MALARIAL PIGMENT (HAEMOZOIN) - A VERY ACTIVE INERT SUBSTANCE

      Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology
    80. KWIATKOWSKI D; BATE CAW; SCRAGG IG; BEATTIE P; UDALOVA I; KNIGHT JC
      THE MALARIAL FEVER RESPONSE - PATHOGENESIS, POLYMORPHISM AND PROSPECTS FOR INTERVENTION

      Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology
    81. LOU JN; DONATI YRA; JUILLARD P; GIROUD C; VESIN C; MILI N; GRAU GE
      PLATELETS PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN TNF-INDUCED MICROVASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL-CELL PATHOLOGY

      The American journal of pathology
    82. KOBAYASHI F; MORII T; MATSUI T; FUJINO T; WATANABE Y; WEIDANZ WP; TSUJI M
      PRODUCTION OF INTERLEUKIN-10 DURING MALARIA CAUSED BY LETHAL AND NONLETHAL VARIANTS OF PLASMODIUM-YOELII YOELII

      Parasitology research
    83. KITAGUCHI T; NAGOYA M; AMANO T; SUZUKI M; MINAMI M
      ANALYSIS OF ROLES OF NATURAL-KILLER-CELLS IN DEFENSE AGAINST PLASMODIUM-CHABAUDI IN MICE

      Parasitology research
    84. POSTMA NS; MOMMERS EC; ELING WMC; ZUIDEMA J
      OXIDATIVE STRESS IN MALARIA - IMPLICATIONS FOR PREVENTION AND THERAPY

      Pharmacy world & science
    85. RZEPCZYK CM; STAMATIOU S; ANDERSON K; STOWERS A; CHENG Q; SAUL A; ALLWORTH A; MCCORMACK J; WHITBY M; OLIVE C; LAWRENCE G
      EXPERIMENTAL HUMAN PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM INFECTIONS - LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS OF LYMPHOCYTE-RESPONSES WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO GAMMA-DELTA T-CELLS

      Scandinavian journal of immunology
    86. REED RC; LOUISWILEMAN V; WELLS RL; VERHEUL AFM; HUNTER RL; LAL AA
      REINVESTIGATION OF THE CIRCUMSPOROZOITE PROTEIN-BASED INDUCTION OF STERILE IMMUNITY AGAINST PLASMODIUM-BERGHEI INFECTION

      Vaccine
    87. MEYER CG; KREMSNER PG
      MALARIA AND ONCHOCERCIASIS - ON HLA AND RELATED MATTERS

      Parasitology today
    88. TAYLORROBINSON AW; SEVERN A; PHILLIPS RS
      KINETICS OF NITRIC-OXIDE PRODUCTION DURING INFECTION AND REINFECTION OF MICE WITH PLASMODIUM-CHABAUDI

      Parasite immunology
    89. FAVILACASTILLO L; MONROYOSTRIA A; KOBAYASHI E; HIRUNPETCHARAT C; KAMADA N; GOOD MF
      PROTECTION OF RATS AGAINST MALARIA BY A TRANSPLANTED IMMUNE SPLEEN

      Parasite immunology
    90. AKANMORI BD; KAWAI S; SUZUKI M
      RECOMBINANT MOUSE IL-6 BOOSTS SPECIFIC SERUM ANTI-PLASMODIAL IGG SUBTYPE TITERS AND SUPPRESSES PARASITEMIA IN PLASMODIUM-CHABAUDI CHABAUDI INFECTION

      Parasite immunology
    91. HUCHZERMEYER FW
      HOST-RANGE, SURVIVAL IN DEAD HOSTS, CRYOPRESERVATION, PERIODICITY ANDMORPHOLOGY OF PLASMODIUM-DURAE HERMAN IN EXPERIMENTAL INFECTIONS

      Onderstepoort journal of veterinary research
    92. LEIST M; AUERBARTH S; WENDEL A
      TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR PRODUCTION IN THE PERFUSED MOUSE-LIVER AND ITS PHARMACOLOGICAL MODULATION BY METHYLXANTHINES

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    93. WANG RB; CHAROENVIT Y; CORRADIN G; DELAVEGA P; FRANKE ED; HOFFMAN SL
      PROTECTION AGAINST MALARIA BY PLASMODIUM-YOELII SPOROZOITE SURFACE PROTEIN-2 LINEAR PEPTIDE INDUCTION OF CD4(-CELL-DEPENDENT AND IFN-GAMMA-DEPENDENT ELIMINATION OF INFECTED HEPATOCYTES() T)

      The Journal of immunology
    94. VONDERWEID T; HONARVAR N; LANGHORNE J
      GENE-TARGETED MICE LACKING B-CELLS ARE UNABLE TO ELIMINATE A BLOOD-STAGE MALARIA INFECTION

      The Journal of immunology
    95. JACOBS P; RADZIOCH D; STEVENSON MM
      A TH1-ASSOCIATED INCREASE IN TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA EXPRESSION IN THE SPLEEN CORRELATES WITH RESISTANCE TO BLOOD-STAGE MALARIA IN MICE

      Infection and immunity
    96. TAKITASONODA Y; TSUJI M; KAMBOJ K; NUSSENZWEIG RS; CLAVIJO P; ZAVALA F
      PLASMODIUM-YOELII - PEPTIDE IMMUNIZATION INDUCES PROTECTIVE CD4(-CELLS AGAINST A PREVIOUSLY UNRECOGNIZED CRYPTIC EPITOPE OF THE CIRCUMSPOROZOITE PROTEIN() T)

      Experimental parasitology
    97. ELASED KM; TAVERNE J; PLAYFAIR JHL
      MALARIA, BLOOD-GLUCOSE, AND THE ROLE OF TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR (TNF) IN MICE

      Clinical and experimental immunology
    98. FAN JY; DAVIDSON EA
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND ANTIGENIC MAPPING OF HEAT-SHOCK PROTEIN-70 FROMTHE MALARIA SPECIES PLASMODIUM-BERGHEI

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
    99. LOPEZ JA; ROGGERO MA; DUOMBO O; GONZALEZ JM; TOLLE R; KOITA O; AREVALOHERRERA M; HERRERA S; CORRADIN G
      RECOGNITION OF SYNTHETIC 104-MER AND 102-MER PEPTIDES CORRESPONDING TO N-TERMINAL AND C-TERMINAL NONREPEAT REGIONS OF THE PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM CIRCUMSPOROZOITE PROTEIN BY SERA FROM HUMAN DONORS

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
    100. BURGMANN H; LOOAREESUWAN S; KAPIOTIS S; VIRAVAN C; VANIJANONTA S; HOLLENSTEIN U; WIESINGER E; PRESTERL E; WINKLER S; GRANINGER W
      SERUM LEVELS OF ERYTHROPOIETIN IN ACUTE PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM MALARIA

      The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene


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