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1999Anaemia caused by asymptomatic plasmodium falciparum infection in semi-immune african schoolchildren.Kurtzhals, J.A.L.; Addae, M.M.; Akanmori, B.D.; Dunyo, S.; Koram, K.A.; Appawu, M.A.; Nkrumah, F.K.; Hviid, L.
1999Levels of antibody to conserved parts of plasmodium falciparum merozoite surface protein I in Ghanaian children are not associated with protection from clinical malaria.Dodoo, D.; Theander, T.G.; Kurtzhals, J.A.L.; Koram, K.A.; Riley, E.; Akanmori, B.D.; Nkrumah, F.K.; Hviid, L.
2000Naturally acquired antibodies to the glutamate-rich protein are associated with protection against plasmodium falciparum malaria.Dodoo, D.; Theisen, M.; Kurtzhals, J.A.L.; Akanmori, B.D.; Koram, K.A.; Jepsen, S.; Nkrumah, F.K.; Theander, T.G.; Hviid, L.
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.
2002Malaria-induced acquisition of antibodies to plasmodium falciparum variant surface antigens.Ofori, M.F.; Dodoo, D.; Staalsoe, T.; Kurtzhals, J.A.L.; Koram, K.A.; Theander, T.G.; Akanmori, B.D.; Hviid, L.
26-Jul-2004Antibodies to the N-terminal block 2 of plasmodium falciparum merozoite surface protein 1 are associated with protection against clinical malaria.Cavanagh, D.R.; Dodoo, D.; Hviid, L.; Kurtzhals, J.A.L.; Theander, T.G.; Akanmori, B.D.; Spencer, P.; Conway, D.J.; Koram, K.A.; McBride, J.S.
1998Increased eosinophil activity in acute plasmodium falciparum infection - association with cerebral malaria.Kurtzhals, J.A.L.; Reimert, C.M.; Tette, E.; Dunyo, S.K.; Koram, K.A.; Akanmori, B.D.; Nkrumah, F.K.; Hviid, L.
2000High frequency of circulating γδ T cells with dominance of the V(δ)1 subset in a healthy population.Hviid, L.; Akanmori, B.D.; Loizon, S.; Kurtzhals, J.A.L.; Ricke, C.H.; Lim, A.; Koram, K.A.; Nkrumah, F.K.; Mercereau-Puijalon, O.; Behr, C.