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Studies on malaria in Papua New Guinea: comparison of the surface glycoproteins on red blood cells from infected and uninfected individuals

Parasitology

Oct 1, 1981

R J HowardR Schauer

PMID: 7329724

Abstract

The levels of erythrocyte membrane sialic acid from 17 patients with Plasmodium falciparum malaria and 1 with Plasmodium vivax malaria, in Papua New Guinea, have been compared with 9 uninfected controls. The amounts of radioactivity incorporated into the major erythrocyte glycoproteins ...read more

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Glycoproteins
Murine
Red blood cells, blood product
Malaria, Falciparum
Sialic Acid Assay
Malaria
Neuraminidase
Malaria Vaccines
Neoglycoproteins
Malaria, Vivax
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Studies on malaria in Papua New Guinea: comparison of the surface glycoproteins on red blood cells from infected and uninfected individuals

Parasitology

Oct 1, 1981

R J HowardR Schauer

PMID: 7329724

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Abstract

The levels of erythrocyte membrane sialic acid from 17 patients with Plasmodium falciparum malaria and 1 with Plasmodium vivax malaria, in Papua New Guinea, have been compared with 9 uninfected controls. The amounts of radioactivity incorporated into the major erythrocyte glycoproteins ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Glycoproteins
Murine
Red blood cells, blood product
Malaria, Falciparum
Sialic Acid Assay
Malaria
Neuraminidase
Malaria Vaccines
Neoglycoproteins
Malaria, Vivax

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