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Polyclonal B-cell activation in human malaria: relevance to the development of anti-sporozoite specific immune response and of immunopathology in individuals from endemic areas (Rondonia State - Brazil)


, : Polyclonal B-cell activation in human malaria: relevance to the development of anti-sporozoite specific immune response and of immunopathology in individuals from endemic areas (Rondonia State - Brazil). Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo 30(6): 415-418

The main results and conclusions of 2 previously published studies by C. Daniel-Ribeiro et al. are presented: "Polyclonal B-lymphocyte activation and sensitization of erythrocytes by IgG in human malaria: relevance to the development of anaemia in a holoendemic area in Northwestern Brazil" (Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz (1986) 1 (supplement II) 169-176) and "Can malaria associated polyclonal B-lymphocyte activation interfere with the development of anti-sporozoite specific immunity?" (Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (1988) 83 (3) 289-292).

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