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Plasmodium falciparum: an epitope within a highly conserved region of the 47-kDa amino-terminal domain of the serine repeat antigen is a target of parasite-inhibitory antibodies

Experimental Parasitology

Feb 1, 1997

B A FoxD J Bzik

Abstract

Previously, the Plasmodium falciparum serine repeat antigen has been shown to be protective in primate models of malaria immunity and also to be a target of in vitro parasite-inhibitory antibodies. To further define parasite-inhibitory epitopes a series of deletions from the amino-termi...read more

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Monoclonal Antibodies
Phgdh
Conserved Sequence
Peptide Mapping
Chimeric Proteins, Recombinant
SDS-PAGE
Amino Acids, I.V. solution additive
Murine
Antigenic Specificity
Immune Sera
15
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Plasmodium falciparum: an epitope within a highly conserved region of the 47-kDa amino-terminal domain of the serine repeat antigen is a target of parasite-inhibitory antibodies

Experimental Parasitology

Feb 1, 1997

B A FoxD J Bzik

PMID: 9030663

DOI: 10.1006/expr.1996.4118

Abstract

Previously, the Plasmodium falciparum serine repeat antigen has been shown to be protective in primate models of malaria immunity and also to be a target of in vitro parasite-inhibitory antibodies. To further define parasite-inhibitory epitopes a series of deletions from the amino-termi...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Monoclonal Antibodies
Phgdh
Conserved Sequence
Peptide Mapping
Chimeric Proteins, Recombinant
SDS-PAGE
Amino Acids, I.V. solution additive
Murine
Antigenic Specificity
Immune Sera
15

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Malaria remains a major cause of morbidity and mortality in the tropics, with the parasite Plasmodium falciparum responsible for the majority of the disease burden. Discover the latest research on Plasmodium falciparum.

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Chromosomal deletion includes the loss of a gene sequence of DNA. The location and the genes deleted determines the significance of this abnormality. There are many identified genetic disorders that are a result from chromosomal deletion including cri du chat and Prader-Willi syndrome. Discover the latest research on chromosomal deletions here.

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