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Apr-2002Absolute levels and ratios of proinflammatory and anti-inflammatory cytokine production in vitro predict clinical immunity to plasmodium falciparum malaria.Dodoo, D.; Omer, F. M.; Todd, J.; Akanmori, B. D.; Koram, K.A.; Riley, E.M.
Feb-2001Do maternally acquired antibodies protect infants from malaria infection?Riley, E.M.; Wagner, G. E.; Akanmori, B.D.; Koram, K.A.
2003Does apolipoprotein E polymorphism influence susceptibility to malaria?Wozniak, M.A.; Faragher, E.B.; Todd, J.A.; Koram, K.A.; Riley, E.M.; Itzhaki, R.F.
Mar-2001Frequent and persistent, asymptomatic plasmodium falciparum infections in african infants, characterized by multilocus genotyping.Franks, S.; Koram, K. A.; Wagner, G. E.; Tetteh, K.; McGuinness, D.; Wheeler, J. G.; Nkrumah, F.; Ranford-Cartwright, L.; Riley, E.M.
Jun-2003Genetic diversity and antigenic polymorphism in plasmodium falciparum: Extensive serological cross-reactivity between allelic variants of merozoite surface protein 2.Franks, S.; Baton, L.; Tetteh, K.; Tongren, E.; Dewin, D.; Akanmori, B.D.; Koram, K.A.; Ranford-Cartwright, L.; Riley, E.M.
1989Human T cell recognition of polymorphic epitopes from malaria circumsporozoite proteinDe Groot, A.S.; Johnson, A.H.; Maloy, W.L.; Quakyi, I.A.; Riley, E.M.; Menon, A.; Good, M.F.
1988Human T-cell recognition of the circumsporozoite protein of plasmodium falciparum: Immunodominant T-cell domains map to the polymorphic regions of the moleculeGood, M.F.; Pombo, D.; Quakyi, I.A.; Riley, E.M.; Houghten, R.A.; Menon, A.; Miller, L.H.
2000Lack of association between maternal antibody and protection of African infants from malaria infection.Riley, E.M.; Wagner, G.E.; Ofori, M.F.; Wheeler, J.G.; Akanmori, B.D.; Tetteh, K.; McGuinness, D.; Bennett, S.; Nkrumah, F.K.; Anders, R.F.; Koram, K.A.
May-2009Meiotic recombination generates rich diversity in NK cell receptor genes, alleles, and haplotypes.Norman, P. J.; Abi-Rached, L.; Gendzekhadze, K.; Hammond, J.A.; Moesta, A.K.; Sharma, D.; Graef, T.; McQueen, K.L.; Guethlein, L.A.; Carrington, C.V.F.; Chandanayingyong, D.; Chang, Y.-H.; Crespí, C.; Saruhan-Direskeneli, G.; Hameed, K.; Kamkamidze, G.; Koram, K.A.; Layrisse, Z.; Matamoros, N.; Milà, J.; Myoung, H.P.; Pitchappan, R.M.; Dan Ramdath, D.; Shiau, M.-Y.; Stephens, H.A.F.; Struik, S.; Tyan, D.; Verity, D.H.; Vaughan, R.W.; Davis, R.W.; Fraser, P.A.; Riley, E.M.; Ronaghi, M.; Parham, P.
15-Sep-2000Plasma antibodies from malaria-exposed pregnant women recognize variant surface antigens on plasmodium falciparum-infected erythrocytes in a parity-dependent manner and block parasite adhesion to chondroitin sulfate A.Ricke, C.H.; Staalsoe, T.; Koram, K.A.; Akanmori, B.D.; Riley, E.M.; Theander, T.G.; Hviid, L.
2007Unusual selection on the KIR3DL1/S1 natural killer cell receptor in africans.Norman, P. J.; Abi-Rached, L.; Gendzekhadze, K.; Korbel, D.; Gleimer, M.; Rowley, D.; Bruno, D.; Carrington, C.V.F.; Chandanayingyong, D.; Chang, Y.-H.; Crespí, C.; Saruhan-Direskeneli, G.; Fraser, P.A.; Hameed, K.; Kamkamidze, G.; Koram, K.A.; Layrisse, Z.; Matamoros, N.; Milà, J.; Park, M.H.; Pitchappan, R.M.; Ramdath, D.D.; Shiau, M-Y; Stephens, H.A.F.; Struik, S.; Verity, D.H.; Vaughan, R.W.; Tyan, D.; Davis, R.W.; Riley, E.M.; Ronaghi, M.; Parham, P.