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2005

 

E. Mavoungou, M.K. Bouyou-Akotet, P.G. Kremsner:Effects of prolactin and cortisol on natural killer (NK) cell surface expression and function of human natural cytotoxicity receptors (NKp46, NKp44 and NKp30).Clinical and Experimental Immunology 139: 287-296 (2005)

 

K. Brustoski, U. Möller, M. Kramer, A. Petelski, S. Brenner, D.R. Palmer, M. Bongartz, P.G. Kremsner, A.J.F. Luty, U. Krzych:IFN-gamma and IL-10 mediate parasite-specific immune responses of cord blood cells induced by pregnancy-associated Plasmodium falciparum malaria.Journal of Immunology 174: 1738-1745 (2005)

 

T. Perkmann, H. Winkler, W. Graninger, P.G. Kremsner, S. Winkler:Circulating levels of the interleukin (IL)-4 receptor and IL-18 in patients with Plasmodium falciparum malaria.Cytokine 29: 153-158 (2005)

 

S. Niesporek, C.G. Meyer, P.G. Kremsner, J. May:Polymorphisms of transporter associated with antigen processing type 1 (TAP1), proteasome subunit beta type 9 (PSMB9) and their common promoter in African children with different manifestations of malaria.International Journal of Immunogenetics 32: 7-11 (2005)

 

A. Dzeing-Ella, P.C. Nze Obiang, R. Tchoua, T.Planche, B. Mboza, M. Mbounja, U. Muller-Roemer, J. Jarvis, E. Kendjo, E. Ngou-Milama, P.G. Kremsner, S. Krishna, M. Kombila:Severe falciparum malaria in Gabonese children: clinical and laboartory features.Malaria Journal 4: 1 (2005)

 

M. Ramharter, M.P. Grobusch, G. Kießling, A.A. Adegnika, U. Möller, S.T. M. Agnandji, M. Kramer, N. Schwarz, J.F.J. Kun, S. Oyakhirome, S. Issifou, S. Borrmann, B. Lell, B. Mordmüller, P.G. Kremsner:Clinical and parasitological characteristics of puerperal malaria.Journal of Infectious Diseases 191: 1005-1009 (2005)

 

L.H. Song, D.N. Duy, V.Q. Binh, A.J.F. Luty, P.G. Kremsner, C.T. Bock:Low frequency of mutations in the X gene, core promoter and precore region of hepatitis B virus infected Vietnamese.Journal of Viral Hepatitis 12: 160-167 (2005)

 

M.A. Missinou, C.H.O. Olola, S. Issifou, P.B. Matsiegui, A.A.Adegnika, S. Borrmann, D. Wypij, T.E. Taylor, P.G. Kremsner:Piloting paperless data entry for clinical research in Africa.American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 72: 301-303 (2005)

 

D. Mavoungou, V. Poaty-Mavoungou, M.Y. Akoume, B. Ongali, E. Mavoungou:inhibition of human immunodeficiency virus type-1 (HIV-1) glycoprotein-mediated cell-cell fusion by immunor (IM28).Virology Journal 2: 9 (2005)

 

C.L.R.P. Yone, P.G. Kremsner, A.J.F. Luty:Immunoglobulin G isotype responses to erythrocyte surface-expressed variant antigens of Plasmodium falciparum predict protection from malaria in African children.Infection and Immunity 73: 2281-2287 (2005)

 

C. Kornfeld, M.J.Y. Ploquin, I. Pandrea, A. Faye, R. Onanga, C. Apetrei, V. Poaty-Mavoungou, P. Rouquet, J. Estaquier, L. Mortara, J.F. Desoutter, C. Butor, R. Le Grand, P. Roques, F. Simon, F. Barre-Sinoussi, O.M. Diop, M.C. Müller-Trutwin:Antiinflammatory profiles during primary SIV infection in African green monkeys are associated with protection against AIDS.Journal of Clinical Investigations 115: 1082-1091 (2005)

 

P.G. Kremsner:Effectiveness trials in African children with malaria?Lancet 365: 1441-1443 (2005)

 

I. Engelmann, A. Santamaria, P.G. Kremsner, A.J.F. Luty:Activation status of cord blood gamma-delta-T cells reflects in utero exposure to Plasmodium falciparum antigen.Journal of Infectious Diseases 191: 1612-1622 (2005)

 

G. Cabrera, M. Cot, F. Migot-Nabias, P.G. Kremsner, P. Deloron, A.J.F. Luty:The sickle cell trait is associated with enhanced imunoglobulin G antibody responses to Plasmodium falciparum variant surface antigens.Journal of Infectious Diseases 191: 1631-1638 (2005)

 

G.A. Oliveira, K. Wetzel, J.M. Calvo-Calle, R. Nussenzweig, A. Schmidt, A. Birkett, F. Dubovsky, E. Tierney, C.H. Gleiter, G. Boehmer, A.J.F. Luty, M. Ramharter, G.B. Thornton, P.G. Kremsner, E.H. Nardin:Safety and enhanced immunogenicity of a hepatitis B core particle Plasmodium falciparum malaria vaccine formulated in adjuvant Montanide ISA 720 in a phase I trial.Infection and Immunity 73: 3587-3597 (2005)

 

M. Ramharter, S. Oyakhirome, P. Klein Klouwenberg, A.A. Adegnika, S.T. Agnandji, M.A. Missinou, P.B. Matsiegui, B. Mordmüller, S. Borrmann, J.F.J. Kun, B. Lell, S. Krishna, W. Graninger, S. Issifou, P.G. Kremsner:Artesunate-clindamycin versus quinine-clindamycin in the treatment of Plasmodium falciparum malaria: a randomized controlled trial.Clinical Infectious Diseases 40: 1777-1784 (2005)

 

J. Graupner, K. Göbels, M.P. Grobusch, A. Lund, J. Richter, D. Häussinger:Efficacy of amodiaquine in uncomplicated falciparum malaria in Nigeria in an area with high-level resistance to chloroquine and sulphadoxine/pyrimethamine.Parasitology Research 96: 162-165 (2005)

 

M. Ramharter, H. Winkler, P.G. Kremsner, A.A. Adegnika, M. Willheim, S. Winkler:Age-dependency of Plasmodium falciparum-specific and non-specific T cell cytokine responses in individuals from a malaria-endemic area.European Cytokine Network 16: 135-143 (2005)

 

D.O. Ochiel, G.A. Awandere, C.C. Keller, J.B. Hittner, P.G. Kremsner, J.B. Weinberg, D.J. Perkins:Differential regulation of beta-chemokines in children with Plasmodium falciparum malaria.Infection and Immunity 73: 4190-4197 (2005)

 

P.M.C. Klein Klouwenberg, S. Oyakhirome, N.G. Schwarz, B. Gläser, S. Issifou, G. Kiessling, A. Klöpfer, P.G. Kremsner, M. Längin, B. Lassmann, M. Necek, M. Pötschke, A. Ritz, M.P. Grobusch:Malaria and asymptomatic parasitaemia in Gabonese infants under the age of 3 months.Acta Tropica 95: 81-85 (2005)

 

F.B. Ntumngia, N. Bahamontes-Rosa, J.F.J. Kun: Genes coding for tryptophan-rich proteins are transcribed throughout the asexual cycle of Plasmodium falciparum. Parasitology Research 96: 347-353 (2005)

 

A. Egan, J. Crawley, D. Schellenberg, IPTi consortium:Intermittent preventive treatment for malaria control in infants: moving towards evidence-based policy and public health action.Tropical Medicine and International Health 10: 815-817 (2005)

 

A.A. Adegnika, L.P.H. Breitling, S.T. Agnandji, S.K. Chai, D. Schütte, S. Oyakhirome, N.G. Schwarz, M.P. Grobusch, M.A. Missinou, M. Ramharter, S. Issifou, P.G. Kremsner:Effectiveness of quinine monotherapy for the treatment of Plasmodium falciparum infection in pregnant women in Lambarene, Gabon.American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 73: 263-266 (2005)

 

S. Borrmann, A.A. Adegnika, F. Moussavou, S. Oyakhirome, G. Esser, P.B. Matsiegui, M. Ramharter, I. Lundgren, M. Kombila, S. Issifou, D. Hutchinson, J. Wiesner, H. Jomaa, P.G. Kremsner:Short-course regimens of artesunate-fosmidomycin in treatment of uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria.Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 49: 3749-3754 (2005)

 

V. Coia, S. Jüliger, B. Mordmüller, A. Kreidenweiss, A.L. Stroh, C. Ortega, A. Vindigni, J. Dengjel, D.V. Lukyanov, G. Destro-Bisol, A. Fedorov, O.I. podgornay, J.F.J. Kun:Analysis of polymorhic sites in the promoter of the nitric oxide synthase 2 gene.Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 335: 1123-1131 (2005)

 

M.P. Grobusch, P.G. Kremsner:Uncomplicated malaria.Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology 295: 83-104 (2005)

 

T. Planche, A. Dzeing, E. Ngou-Milama, M. Kombila, P.W. Stacpoole:Metabolic complications of severe malaria.Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology 295: 105-136 (2005)

 

C.R.J.C. Newton, C. Valim, S. Krishna, D. Wypij, C. Olola, T. Agbenyega, T.E. Taylor for SMAC:The prognostic value of measures of acid/base balance in pediatric falciparum malaria, compared with other clinical and laboratory parameters.Clinical Infectious Diseases 41: 948-957 (2005)

 

S. Winkler, M. Necek, H. Winkler, A.A. Adegnika, T. Perkmann, M. Ramharter, P.G. Kremsner:Increased specific T cell cytokine responses in patients with active pulmonary tuberculosis from Central Africa.Microbes and Infection 7: 1161-1169 (2005)

 

B. Lell, M.A. Missinou, S. Issifou, P.B. Matsiegui, C.H.O. Olola, T.E. Taylor, P.G. Kremsner:Assessment of a simplified method for counting leukocytic malaria pigment.American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 73: 588-592 (2005)

 

T. Planche, S. Krishna:The relevance of malaria pathophysiology to strategies of clinical management.Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases 18: 369-375 (2005)

 

M.F. Oliveira, S.W. Kycia, A. Gomez, A.J. Kosar, D.S. Bohle, E. Hempelmann, D. Menendez, M.A. Vannier-Santos, P.L. Oliveira, S.T. Ferreira:Structural and morphological characterization of hemozoin produced by Schistosoma mansoni and Rhodnius prolixus.FEBS Letters 579: 6010-6016 (2005)

 

T. Planche: Malaria and fluids - balancing acts.Trends in Parasitology 21: 562-567 (2005)

M.K. Bouyou-Akotet, A.A. Adegnika, S.T. Agnandjei, E. Ngou-Milama, M. Kombila, P.G. Kremsner, E. Mavoungou:Cortisol and susceptibility during malaria.Microbes and Infection 7: 1217-1223 (2005)

 

N.G. Schwarz, S. Oyakhirome, M. Potschke, B. Glaser, P.K. Klouwenberg, H. Altun, A.A. Adegnika, S. Issifou, J.F. Kun, P.G. Kremsner, M.P. Grobusch:5-day non-observed artesunate monotherapy for treating uncomplicated falciparum malaria in young Gabonese children.American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 73: 705-709 (2005)

 

A.C. Uhlemann, M. Ramharter, B. Lell, P.G. Kremsner, S. Krishna:Amplification of Plasmodium falciparum multudrug resistance gene 1 in isolates from Gabon.Journal of Infectious Diseases 192: 1830-1835 (2005)

 

F. Ntoumi, L. Flori, P.I. Mayengue, D.W. Matondo Maya, S. Issifou, P. Deloron, B. Lell, P.G. Kremsner, P. Rihet:Influence of carriage of hemoglobin AS and the Fc gamma receptor IIa-R131 allelle on levels of immunoglobin G2 antibodies to Plasmodium falciparum merozoite antigens in Gabonese children.Journal of Infectious Diseases 192: 1975-1980 (2005)

 

K. Brustoski, M. Kramer, U. Moller, P.G. Kremsner, A.J. Luty:Neonatal and maternal immunological responses to conserved epitopes within the DBL-(gamma)3 chondroitin sulfate A-binding domain of Plasmodium falciparum erythrocyte membrane protein 1.Infection and Immunity 73: 7988-7995 (2005)

 

D. Mavoungou, V. Poaty-Mavoungou, B. Ongali, M.Y. Akoume, G. Maka, E. Mavoungou:Hypothalamic-pituitary gonadal axis and immune response imbalance during chronic filarial infections.Tropical Medicine and International Health 10: 1180-1186 (2005)

 

S. Rutz, B. Mordmuller, S. Sakano, A. Scheffold:Notch ligands delta-like 1, delta-like 4 and jagged 1 diffentially regulate activation of peripheral T helper cells.European Journal of Immunology 35: 2443-2451 (2005)

 

T. Gebru-Woldearegai, A. Hailu, M.P. Grobusch, J.F.J. Kun:Molecular surveillance of mutations in dihydrofolate reductase and dihydropteroate synthase genes of Plasmodium falciparum in Ethiopia.American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 73: 1131-1134 (2005)

 

P.I. Mayengue, M. Ndounga, M.M. Davy, N. Tandou, F. Ntoumi:In vivo chloroquine resistance and prevalence of the pfcrt codon 76 mutation in Plasmodium falciparum isolates from the republic of Congo.Acta Tropica 95: 219-225 (2005)

 

 

 

 






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