Patterns of protective associations differ for antibodies to &ITP&IT. &ITfalciparum&IT-infected erythrocytes and merozoites in immunity against malaria in children
Jo-Anne Chan, Danielle Stanisic, Michael F Duffy, Leanne J Robinson, Enmoore Lin, James W Kazura, Christopher L King, Peter M Siba, Freya J Fowkes, Ivo Mueller, James G Beeson
European Journal of Immunology | WILEY | Published : 2017
We thank all the study participants and their parents, staff involved in the study from Papua New Guinea Institute of Medical Research, Madang, and Linda Reiling, Herbert Opi and Philippe Boeuf for critical reading of the manuscript. Funding was provided by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (Program grant, senior research fellowship to JG Beeson and I Mueller), Australian Postgraduate Award to J Chan, Early Career Research fellowship to U Robinson, the Australian Research Council (Future fellowships to JG Beeson and FJI Fowkes) and the National Institutes for Health (to I Mueller, JW Kazura and CL King). The authors gratefully acknowledge support for the Burnet Institute from the Victorian Operational Infrastructure Support Program, and NHMRC Independent Research Institutes Infrastructure Scheme.