Kevin Marsh

439 results

Prophylactic phenobarbitone in young children with severe falciparum malaria: pharmacokinetics and clinical effects.Winstanley PA, Newton CR, Pasvol G, Kirkham FJ, Mberu E, Peshu N, Ward SA, Were JB, Warrell DA, Marsh K
Br J Clin Pharmacol, (1992). 33:149-54

The disposition of oral and intramuscular pyrimethamine/sulphadoxine in Kenyan children with high parasitaemia but clinically non-severe falciparum malaria.Winstanley PA, Watkins WM, Newton CR, Nevill C, Mberu E, Warn PA, Waruiru CM, Mwangi IN, Warrell DA, Marsh K
Br J Clin Pharmacol, (1992). 33:143-8

Plasmodium falciparum: the human agglutinating antibody response to the infected red cell surface is predominantly variant specific.Newbold CI, Pinches R, Roberts DJ, Marsh K
Exp Parasitol, (1992). 75:281-92

The role of shops in the treatment and prevention of childhood malaria on the coast of Kenya.Snow RW, Peshu N, Forster D, Mwenesi H, Marsh K
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg, (1992). 86:237-9

The binding site on ICAM-1 for Plasmodium falciparum-infected erythrocytes overlaps, but is distinct from, the LFA-1-binding site.Berendt AR, McDowall A, Craig AG, Bates PA, Sternberg MJ, Marsh K, Newbold CI, Hogg N
Cell, (1992). 68:71-81

Blood transfusions for severe anaemia in African children.Newton CR, Marsh K, Peshu N, Mwangi I
Lancet, (1992). 340:917-8

Childhood deaths in Africa: uses and limitations of verbal autopsies.Snow RW, Armstrong JR, Forster D, Winstanley MT, Marsh VM, Newton CR, Waruiru C, Mwangi I, Winstanley PA, Marsh K
Lancet, (1992). 340:351-5

How useful are verbal autopsies to estimate childhood causes of death?.Snow RW, Marsh K
Health Policy and Planning, (1992). 7:22-29

Characterization and localization of Plasmodium falciparum surface antigens on infected erythrocytes from west African patients.van Schravendijk MR, Rock EP, Marsh K, Ito Y, Aikawa M, Neequaye J, Ofori-Adjei D, Rodriguez R, Patarroyo ME, Howard RJ
Blood, (1991). 78:226-36

Naturally acquired immunity to Plasmodium falciparum.Day KP, Marsh K
Immunol Today, (1991). 12:A68-71

Retinal haemorrhages in falciparum malaria.Newton CR, Winstanley PA, Marsh K
Arch Dis Child, (1991). 66:753

Surface antigen expression on Plasmodium falciparum-infected erythrocytes is modified in alpha- and beta-thalassemia.Luzzi GA, Merry AH, Newbold CI, Marsh K, Pasvol G, Weatherall DJ
J Exp Med, (1991). 173:785-91

Quinine treatment of severe falciparum malaria in African children: a randomized comparison of three regimens.Pasvol G, Newton CR, Winstanley PA, Watkins WM, Peshu NM, Were JB, Marsh K, Warrell DA
Am J Trop Med Hyg, (1991). 45:702-13

Protection by alpha-thalassaemia against Plasmodium falciparum malaria: modified surface antigen expression rather than impaired growth or cytoadherence.Luzzi GA, Merry AH, Newbold CI, Marsh K, Pasvol G
Immunol Lett, (1991). 30:233-40

Intracranial pressure in African children with cerebral malaria.Newton CR, Kirkham FJ, Winstanley PA, Pasvol G, Peshu N, Warrell DA, Marsh K
Lancet, (1991). 337:573-6

Why do some African children develop severe malaria?.Greenwood B, Marsh K, Snow R
Parasitol Today, (1991). 7:277-81

Tumor necrosis factor production by human macrophages stimulated in vitro by Plasmodium falciparum.Picot S, Peyron F, Vuillez JP, Barbe G, Marsh K, Ambroise-Thomas P
Infect Immun, (1990). 58:214-6

Infection with Pneumocystis carinii is prevalent in healthy Gambian children.Wakefield AE, Stewart TJ, Moxon ER, Marsh K, Hopkin JM
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg, (1990). 84:800-2

The effects of Plasmodium falciparum malaria on immune control of B lymphocytes in Gambian children.Whittle HC, Brown J, Marsh K, Blackman M, Jobe O, Shenton F
Clin Exp Immunol, (1990). 80:213-8