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    July 2022
  1. MARQUES-DA-SILVA C, Peissig K, Walker MP, Shiau J, et al
    Direct type I interferon signaling in hepatocytes controls malaria.
    Cell Rep. 2022;40:111098.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    June 2022
  2. WAGNER MP, Formaglio P, Gorgette O, Dziekan JM, et al
    Human peroxiredoxin 6 is essential for malaria parasites and provides a host-based drug target.
    Cell Rep. 2022;39:110923.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    April 2022
  3. LAUTENBACH MJ, Yman V, Silva CS, Kadri N, et al
    Systems analysis shows a role of cytophilic antibodies in shaping innate tolerance to malaria.
    Cell Rep. 2022;39:110709.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  4. KOLLISCH G, Solis FV, Obermann HL, Eckert J, et al
    TLR8 is activated by 5'-methylthioinosine, a Plasmodium falciparum-derived intermediate of the purine salvage pathway.
    Cell Rep. 2022;39:110691.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    March 2022
  5. MAGUIRE SE, Afify A, Goff LA, Potter CJ, et al
    Odorant-receptor-mediated regulation of chemosensory gene expression in the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae.
    Cell Rep. 2022;38:110494.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    February 2022
  6. WANG LT, Hurlburt NK, Schon A, Flynn BJ, et al
    The light chain of the L9 antibody is critical for binding circumsporozoite protein minor repeats and preventing malaria.
    Cell Rep. 2022;38:110367.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    November 2021
  7. LEFEBVRE MN, Surette FA, Anthony SM, Vijay R, et al
    Expeditious recruitment of circulating memory CD8 T cells to the liver facilitates control of malaria.
    Cell Rep. 2021;37:109956.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    August 2021
  8. PACK AD, Schwartzhoff PV, Zacharias ZR, Fernandez-Ruiz D, et al
    Hemozoin-mediated inflammasome activation limits long-lived anti-malarial immunity.
    Cell Rep. 2021;36:109586.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  9. XIE Y, Li X, Chai Y, Song H, et al
    Structural basis of malarial parasite RIFIN-mediated immune escape against LAIR1.
    Cell Rep. 2021;36:109600.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    May 2021
  10. MANDAL RK, Denny JE, Namazzi R, Opoka RO, et al
    Dynamic modulation of spleen germinal center reactions by gut bacteria during Plasmodium infection.
    Cell Rep. 2021;35:109094.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    April 2021
  11. WANG M, An Y, Gao L, Dong S, et al
    Glucose-mediated proliferation of a gut commensal bacterium promotes Plasmodium infection by increasing mosquito midgut pH.
    Cell Rep. 2021;35:108992.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  12. CHATTERJEE D, Lewis FJ, Sutton HJ, Kaczmarski JA, et al
    Avid binding by B cells to the Plasmodium circumsporozoite protein repeat suppresses responses to protective subdominant epitopes.
    Cell Rep. 2021;35:108996.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    February 2021
  13. SUTTON HJ, Aye R, Idris AH, Vistein R, et al
    Atypical B cells are part of an alternative lineage of B cells that participates in responses to vaccination and infection in humans.
    Cell Rep. 2021;34:108684.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    January 2021
  14. DOS SANTOS LI, Torres TA, Diniz SQ, Goncalves R, et al
    Disrupted Iron Metabolism and Mortality during Co-infection with Malaria and an Intestinal Gram-Negative Extracellular Pathogen.
    Cell Rep. 2021;34:108613.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    March 2020
  15. EBERT G, Lopaticki S, O'Neill MT, Steel RWJ, et al
    Targeting the Extrinsic Pathway of Hepatocyte Apoptosis Promotes Clearance of Plasmodium Liver Infection.
    Cell Rep. 2020;30:4343-4354.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  16. ROGERS KJ, Shtanko O, Vijay R, Mallinger LN, et al
    Acute Plasmodium Infection Promotes Interferon-Gamma-Dependent Resistance to Ebola Virus Infection.
    Cell Rep. 2020;30:4041-4051.
    PubMed     Abstract available

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