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MalVac: database of malarial vaccine candidates

Malaria Journal

Sep 23, 2008

Rupanjali ChaudhuriSrinivasan Ramachandran

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The sequencing of genomes of the Plasmodium species causing malaria, offers immense opportunities to aid in the development of new therapeutics and vaccine candidates through Bioinformatics tools and resources. The starting point of MalVac database is the collection of known vaccine can...read more

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Allergens
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MalVac: database of malarial vaccine candidates

Malaria Journal

Sep 23, 2008

Rupanjali ChaudhuriSrinivasan Ramachandran

PMID: 18811938

DOI: 10.1186/1475-2875-7-184

Abstract

The sequencing of genomes of the Plasmodium species causing malaria, offers immense opportunities to aid in the development of new therapeutics and vaccine candidates through Bioinformatics tools and resources. The starting point of MalVac database is the collection of known vaccine can...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Alleles
Allergens
Epitopes
Antigens
Cytokinesis
Paper Details
References
  • References32
  • Citations14
12

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