Antibody responses to a suite of novel serological markers for malaria surveillance demonstrate strong correlation with clinical and parasitological infection across seasons and transmission settings in The Gambia.

Wu, Lindsey; Mwesigwa, Julia; Affara, Muna; Bah, Mamadou; Correa, Simon; Hall, Tom; Singh, Susheel K; Beeson, James G; Tetteh, Kevin KA; Kleinschmidt, Immo; +2 more... D'Alessandro, Umberto; Drakeley, Chris; (2020) Antibody responses to a suite of novel serological markers for malaria surveillance demonstrate strong correlation with clinical and parasitological infection across seasons and transmission settings in The Gambia. BMC MEDICINE, 18 (1). p. 304. ISSN 1741-7015 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12916-020-01724-5

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