Protective immunity to malaria. Studies with cloned lines of Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi and P. berghei in CBA/Ca mice. II. The effectiveness and inter- or intra-species specificity of the passive transfer of immunity with serum.

@article{Jarra1986ProtectiveIT,
  title={Protective immunity to malaria. Studies with cloned lines of Plasmodium chabaudi chabaudi and P. berghei in CBA/Ca mice. II. The effectiveness and inter- or intra-species specificity of the passive transfer of immunity with serum.},
  author={William Jarra and Laura Hills and Joan March and Kevin N. Brown},
  journal={Parasite immunology},
  year={1986},
  volume={8 3},
  pages={239-54}
}
Serum was obtained from CBA/Ca mice infected, reinfected or superinfected with parasites taken one or two syringe passages from cryopreserved reference stabilates derived from cloned lines of the AS or CB isolates of P.c. chabaudi. Serum was also collected from mice superinfected with parasites derived from a cloned line of P. berghei KSP-11. When injected into normal syngeneic recipients subsequently challenged with homologous or heterologous parasites, these sera mediated some or all of the… CONTINUE READING

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