Home The Word Brain Fast Track My Amedeo FAQ About Flying Publisher   

Fast Track

Ear2MemoryFree App | Free PDF | Web
Learning languages on your smartphone

Free Abstracts


  Free Subscription

Articles published in Cell Rep

Retrieve available abstracts of 6 articles:
HTML format
Text format

Single Articles

    December 2016
  1. KEITANY GJ, Kim KS, Krishnamurty AT, Hondowicz BD, et al
    Blood Stage Malaria Disrupts Humoral Immunity to the Pre-erythrocytic Stage Circumsporozoite Protein.
    Cell Rep. 2016;17:3193-3205.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available

    March 2016
  2. ADJALLEY SH, Chabbert CD, Klaus B, Pelechano V, et al
    Landscape and Dynamics of Transcription Initiation in the Malaria Parasite Plasmodium falciparum.
    Cell Rep. 2016 Mar 2. pii: S2211-1247(16)30128.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available

    December 2015
  3. RYG-CORNEJO V, Ioannidis LJ, Ly A, Chiu CY, et al
    Severe Malaria Infections Impair Germinal Center Responses by Inhibiting T Follicular Helper Cell Differentiation.
    Cell Rep. 2015 Dec 22. pii: S2211-1247(15)01418.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available

  4. ROCHA BC, Marques PE, Leoratti FM, Junqueira C, et al
    Type I Interferon Transcriptional Signature in Neutrophils and Low-Density Granulocytes Are Associated with Tissue Damage in Malaria.
    Cell Rep. 2015 Dec 16. pii: S2211-1247(15)01404.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available

    September 2015
  5. OBENG-ADJEI N, Portugal S, Tran TM, Yazew TB, et al
    Circulating Th1-Cell-type Tfh Cells that Exhibit Impaired B Cell Help Are Preferentially Activated during Acute Malaria in Children.
    Cell Rep. 2015 Sep 30. pii: S2211-1247(15)01015.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available

    April 2015
  6. KE H, Lewis IA, Morrisey JM, McLean KJ, et al
    Genetic investigation of tricarboxylic acid metabolism during the Plasmodium falciparum life cycle.
    Cell Rep. 2015;11:164-74.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available

Thank you for your interest in scientific medicine.

AMEDEO Malaria is free of charge.
This policy is made possible thanks to a media sponsorship by Boehringer Ingelheim.