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Pregnant women are infected by specific variants of Plasmodium falciparum that adhere and accumulate in the placenta. Using serological and molecular approaches, we assessed the global antigenic diversity of surface antigens expressed by placenta-binding isolates to better understand immunity to malaria in pregnancy and evolution of polymorphisms and to(More)
More than 500 000 children die each year in low resource settings due to serious neonatal infections. Better diagnostics that can be utilized in these settings to identify infected infants have the potential to significantly reduce neonatal deaths and the associated morbidity. A systematic review was performed and identified more than 250 potential new(More)
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