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Evaluation of the genetic polymorphism of Plasmodium falciparum P126 protein (SERA or SERP) and its influence on naturally acquired specific antibody responses in malaria-infected individuals living in the Brazilian Amazon

Malaria Journal

Jul 30, 2008

Lilian Rose Pratt-RiccioDalma Maria Banic

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The Plasmodium falciparum P126 protein is an asexual blood-stage malaria vaccine candidate antigen. Antibodies against P126 are able to inhibit parasite growth in vitro, and a major parasite-inhibitory epitope has been recently mapped to its 47 kDa N-terminal extremity (octamer repeat d...read more

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Amino Acid [EPC]
Phosphoglycerate Dehydrogenase Activity
Repetitive Region
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Evaluation of the genetic polymorphism of Plasmodium falciparum P126 protein (SERA or SERP) and its influence on naturally acquired specific antibody responses in malaria-infected individuals living in the Brazilian Amazon

Malaria Journal

Jul 30, 2008

Lilian Rose Pratt-RiccioDalma Maria Banic

PMID: 18667071

DOI: 10.1186/1475-2875-7-144

Abstract

The Plasmodium falciparum P126 protein is an asexual blood-stage malaria vaccine candidate antigen. Antibodies against P126 are able to inhibit parasite growth in vitro, and a major parasite-inhibitory epitope has been recently mapped to its 47 kDa N-terminal extremity (octamer repeat d...read more

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Distilled water
Peroxidases
Cinchona calisaya
Sodium Chloride
DNA Sequence

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