The Breadth, but Not the Magnitude, of Circulating Memory B Cell Responses to P. falciparum Increases with Age/Exposure in an Area of Low Transmission

@inproceedings{Nogaro2011TheBB,
  title={The Breadth, but Not the Magnitude, of Circulating Memory B Cell Responses to P. falciparum Increases with Age/Exposure in an Area of Low Transmission},
  author={Sarah I. Nogaro and J C R Hafalla and Brigitte Walther and Edmond Joseph Remarque and Kevin K A Tetteh and David J Conway and Eleanor M. Riley and Michael H. Walther},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Malaria caused by Plasmodium falciparum remains a major cause of death in sub-Saharan Africa. Immunity against symptoms of malaria requires repeated exposure, suggesting either that the parasite is poorly immunogenic or that the development of effective immune responses to malaria may be impaired. METHODS We carried out two age-stratified cross-sectional surveys of anti-malarial humoral immune responses in a Gambian village where P. falciparum malaria transmission is low and… CONTINUE READING

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