Cláudia Augusta Zago

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The mechanisms responsible for the generation and maintenance of immunological memory to Plasmodium are poorly understood and the reasons why protective immunity in humans is so difficult to achieve(More)
Polyclonal B-cell activation is a feature of the early spleen cell response to blood-stage Plasmodium chabaudi malaria. Immunity to blood-stage malaria is guaranteed by the generation of B cells able(More)
The NK1.1 molecule participates in NK, NKT, and T-cell activation, contributing to IFN-gamma production and cytotoxicity. To characterize the early immune response to Plasmodium chabaudi AS, spleen(More)
Treg cells are crucial to prevent immune dysregulation, but little is known about the frequency of these cells in neonates, particularly in very/moderate and late preterm newborns studied as separate(More)