Plasmodium falciparum: assay of antigens and antibodies by means of a solid phase radioimmunoassay with radioiodinated staphylococcal protein A.


Human red blood cells (RBC) infected in vitro with Plasmodium falciparum were employed to prepare several types of antigens (sonicated, infected RBC and purified, sonicated merozoites and schizonts). These antigens, as well as control preparations derived from non-infected RBC, were used to coat plastic tubes, which were subsequently tested for capacity to… (More)


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