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Articles published in Parasite Immunol

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    September 2022
  1. SMITH MR, Gbedande K, Johnson CM, Campbell LA, et al
    Model of severe malaria in young mice suggests unique response of CD4 T cells.
    Parasite Immunol. 2022 Sep 21:e12952. doi: 10.1111/pim.12952.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    February 2022
  2. POLLENUS E, Gouwy M, Van den Steen PE
    Neutrophils in malaria: the good, the bad or the ugly?
    Parasite Immunol. 2022 Feb 17:e12912. doi: 10.1111/pim.12912.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    January 2022
  3. GABALLAH EM, Morita K, Shimizu S, Elhenawy AA, et al
    Non-lethal rodent malarial infection prevents collagen-induced arthritis in mice via anti-arthritic immunomodulation.
    Parasite Immunol. 2022;44.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    November 2021
  4. O'DONNELL AJ, Greischar MA, Reece SE
    Mistimed malaria parasites re-synchronise with host feeding-fasting rhythms by shortening the duration of intra-erythrocytic development.
    Parasite Immunol. 2021 Nov 14:e12898. doi: 10.1111/pim.12898.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    February 2021
  5. YUI K, Inoue SI
    Host-pathogen interaction in the tissue environment during Plasmodium blood-stage infection.
    Parasite Immunol. 2021;43:e12763.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    November 2020
  6. LEE SH, Chu KB, Kang HJ, Basak S, et al
    Virus-like particles expressing Plasmodium berghei MSP-8 induce protection against P. berghei infection.
    Parasite Immunol. 2020;42:e12781.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    September 2020
  7. ABUGA KM, Jones-Warner W, Hafalla JCR
    Immune responses to malaria pre-erythrocytic stages: implications for vaccine development.
    Parasite Immunol. 2020 Sep 27. doi: 10.1111/pim.12795.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  8. NATEGHI ROSTAMI M
    CRISPR/Cas9 gene drive technology to control transmission of vector-borne parasitic infections.
    Parasite Immunol. 2020;42:e12762.
    PubMed     Abstract available


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