Assessment of the relative success of sporozoite inoculations in individuals exposed to moderate seasonal transmission

@article{Tall2009AssessmentOT,
  title={Assessment of the relative success of sporozoite inoculations in individuals exposed to moderate seasonal transmission},
  author={Adama Tall and Cheikh S Sokhna and Ronald Perraut and Didier Fontenille and Laurence Marrama and Alioune Badara Ly and Fatoumata Diene Sarr and A{\"i}ssatou Tour{\'e} and Jean-François Trape and Andr{\'e} Spiegel and Christophe Rogier and Pierre L Druilhe},
  journal={Malaria Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={8},
  pages={161 - 161}
}
The time necessary for malaria parasite to re-appear in the blood following treatment (re-infection time) is an indirect method for evaluating the immune defences operating against pre-erythrocytic and early erythrocytic malaria stages. Few longitudinal data are available in populations in whom malaria transmission level had also been measured. One hundred and ten individuals from the village of Ndiop (Senegal), aged between one and 72 years, were cured of malaria by quinine (25 mg/day oral… CONTINUE READING