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Alterations on Peripheral B cell Subsets following an Acute Uncomplicated Clinical Malaria Infection in Children
(BioMed Central Ltd., 2008-11)
BACKGROUND: The effects of Plasmodium falciparum on B-cell homeostasis have not been well characterized. This study investigated whether an episode of acute malaria in young children results in changes in the peripheral ...
Short Report: Childhood Coinfections with Plasmodium Falciparum and Schistosoma Mansoni Result in Lower Percentages of Activated T cells and T Regulatory Memory Cells than Schistosomiasis Only.
Flow cytometric analyses were performed to evaluate HLA-DR (+) activated T lymphocytes (Tact; CD3 (+)/CD4 (+)/CD25(medium)) and T regulatory cells (Treg; CD3 (+)/CD4(+)/CD25(high)) in the circulation of children 8-10 years ...