There is mounting evidence that an important component of the host-protective immune response to Plasmodium falciparum is the antibody response to the altered surface of the infected erythrocyte. The nature of these surface changes and the responses to them have been difficult to analyse because of the diverse nature of the parasite-derived neoantigens (PDN) expressed, because of the additional presence of modified host determinants, and because of the lack of monospecific reagents. We have s...Expand abstract
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Plasmodium falciparum: the human agglutinating antibody response to the infected red cell surface is predominantly variant specific.
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