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Towards an RTS,S-based, multi-stage, multi-antigen falciparum malaria: progress at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research



Towards an RTS,S-based, multi-stage, multi-antigen falciparum malaria: progress at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research



Vaccine 23(17-18): 2243-2250



The goal of the Malaria Vaccine Program at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) is to develop a licensed multi-antigen, multi-stage vaccine against Plasmodium falciparum able to prevent all symptomatic manifestations of malaria by preventing parasitemia. A secondary goal is to limit disease in vaccinees that do develop malaria.

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