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Progress and prospects for blood-stage malaria vaccines

Expert Review of Vaccines

Jan 14, 2016

Kazutoyo Miura

Abstract

There have been significant decreases in malaria mortality and morbidity in the last 10-15 years, and the most advanced pre-erythrocytic malaria vaccine, RTS,S, received a positive opinion from European regulators in July 2015. However, no blood-stage vaccine has reached a phase III tri...read more

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Malaria Vaccines
Morbidity Aspects
European Race
Malaria
Congenital Malaria
Phase 3 Clinical Trials
Vaccination
Vaccines
Chronic Malaria
Malaria Pathway
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Progress and prospects for blood-stage malaria vaccines

Expert Review of Vaccines

Jan 14, 2016

Kazutoyo Miura

PMID: 26760062

DOI: 10.1586/14760584.2016.1141680

Abstract

There have been significant decreases in malaria mortality and morbidity in the last 10-15 years, and the most advanced pre-erythrocytic malaria vaccine, RTS,S, received a positive opinion from European regulators in July 2015. However, no blood-stage vaccine has reached a phase III tri...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Malaria Vaccines
Morbidity Aspects
European Race
Malaria
Congenital Malaria
Phase 3 Clinical Trials
Vaccination
Vaccines
Chronic Malaria
Malaria Pathway
2
84

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