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Exposure to holoendemic malaria results in suppression of epstein-barr virus-specific T cell immunosurveillance in kenyan children

Author
MOORMANN, Ann M1 ; CHELIMO, Kiprotich2 ; SUMBA, Peter O2 ; TISCH, Daniel J3 ; ROCHFORD, Rosemary4 ; KAZURA, James W1
[1] Center for Global Health and Diseases, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, United States
[2] Kenya Medical Research Institute, Center for Vector Biology and Control Research, Kisumu, Kenya
[3] Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, United States
[4] Department of Microbiology and Immunology, State University of New York Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, United States
Source

The Journal of infectious diseases. 2007, Vol 195, Num 6, pp 799-808, 10 p ; ref : 44 ref

CODEN
JIDIAQ
ISSN
0022-1899
Scientific domain
Immunology, immunopathology, allergology; Microbiology, infectious diseases; Tropical medicine
Publisher
University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL
Publication country
United States
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Enfant Infection Lymphocyte T Microbiologie Paludisme Suppression Virus Epstein Barr Gammaherpesvirinae Herpesviridae Homme Parasitose Protozoose Virus
Keyword (en)
Child Infection T-Lymphocyte Microbiology Malaria Suppression Epstein Barr virus Gammaherpesvirinae Herpesviridae Human Parasitosis Protozoal disease Virus
Keyword (es)
Niño Infección Linfocito T Microbiología Paludismo Supresión Epstein Barr virus Gammaherpesvirinae Herpesviridae Hombre Parasitosis Protozoosis Virus
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002A Fundamental and applied biological sciences. Psychology / 002A05 Microbiology / 002A05C Virology / 002A05C10 Miscellaneous

Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002B Medical sciences / 002B05 Infectious diseases / 002B05E Parasitic diseases / 002B05E02 Protozoal diseases / 002B05E02B Human protozoal diseases / 002B05E02B4 Malaria

Discipline
Infectious pathology Microbiology
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
18598383

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