Kevin Marsh/Infect Immun

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Serological Conservation of Parasite-Infected Erythrocytes Predicts Plasmodium falciparum Erythrocyte Membrane Protein 1 Gene Expression but Not Severity of Childhood Malaria.Warimwe GM, Abdi AI, Muthui M, Fegan G, Musyoki JN, Marsh K, Bull PC
Infect Immun, (2016). 84:1331-1335

Targets and Mechanisms Associated with Protection from Severe Plasmodium falciparum Malaria in Kenyan Children.Murungi LM, Sonden K, Llewellyn D, Rono J, Guleid F, Williams AR, Ogada E, Thairu A, Farnert A, Marsh K, Draper SJ, Osier FHA
Infect Immun, (2016). 84:950-963

Analysis of antibodies to newly described Plasmodium falciparum merozoite antigens supports MSPDBL2 as a predicted target of naturally acquired immunity.Tetteh KK, Osier FH, Salanti A, Kamuyu G, Drought L, Failly M, Martin C, Marsh K, Conway DJ
Infect Immun, (2013). 81:3835-42

Analysis of immunity to febrile malaria in children that distinguishes immunity from lack of exposure.Bejon P, Warimwe G, Mackintosh CL, Mackinnon MJ, Kinyanjui SM, Musyoki JN, Bull PC, Marsh K
Infect Immun, (2009). 77:1917-23

Plasmodium falciparum STEVOR proteins are highly expressed in patient isolates and located in the surface membranes of infected red blood cells and the apical tips of merozoites.Blythe JE, Yam XY, Kuss C, Bozdech Z, Holder AA, Marsh K, Langhorne J, Preiser PR
Infect Immun, (2008). 76:3329-36

Breadth and magnitude of antibody responses to multiple Plasmodium falciparum merozoite antigens are associated with protection from clinical malaria.Osier FH, Fegan G, Polley SD, Murungi L, Verra F, Tetteh KK, Lowe B, Mwangi T, Bull PC, Thomas AW, Cavanagh DR, McBride JS, Lanar DE, Mackinnon MJ, Conway DJ, Marsh K
Infect Immun, (2008). 76:2240-8

Invasion pathways and malaria severity in Kenyan Plasmodium falciparum clinical isolates.Deans AM, Nery S, Conway DJ, Kai O, Marsh K, Rowe JA
Infect Immun, (2007). 75:3014-20

The frequency of BDCA3-positive dendritic cells is increased in the peripheral circulation of Kenyan children with severe malaria.Urban BC, Cordery D, Shafi MJ, Bull PC, Newbold CI, Williams TN, Marsh K
Infect Immun, (2006). 74:6700-6

Early gamma interferon and interleukin-2 responses to vaccination predict the late resting memory in malaria-naive and malaria-exposed individuals.Bejon P, Keating S, Mwacharo J, Kai OK, Dunachie S, Walther M, Berthoud T, Lang T, Epstein J, Carucci D, Moris P, Cohen J, Gilbert SC, Peshu N, Marsh K, Hill AV
Infect Immun, (2006). 74:6331-8

Intermittent preventive sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine treatment of primigravidae reduces levels of plasma immunoglobulin G, which protects against pregnancy-associated Plasmodium falciparum malaria.Staalsoe T, Shulman CE, Dorman EK, Kawuondo K, Marsh K, Hviid L
Infect Immun, (2004). 72:5027-30

Induction of T helper type 1 and 2 responses to 19-kilodalton merozoite surface protein 1 in vaccinated healthy volunteers and adults naturally exposed to malaria.Lee EA, Palmer DR, Flanagan KL, Reece WH, Odhiambo K, Marsh K, Pinder M, Gravenor MB, Keitel WA, Kester KE, Diggs C, Kaslow D, Apostolopoulos V, Ballou WR, Hill AV, Krzych U, Plebanski M
Infect Immun, (2002). 70:1417-21

Fresh isolates from children with severe Plasmodium falciparum malaria bind to multiple receptors.Heddini A, Pettersson F, Kai O, Shafi J, Obiero J, Chen Q, Barragan A, Wahlgren M, Marsh K
Infect Immun, (2001). 69:5849-56

Differential patterns of human immunoglobulin G subclass responses to distinct regions of a single protein, the merozoite surface protein 1 of Plasmodium falciparum.Cavanagh DR, Dobano C, Elhassan IM, Marsh K, Elhassan A, Hviid L, Khalil EA, Theander TG, Arnot DE, McBride JS
Infect Immun, (2001). 69:1207-11

Antibody recognition of Plasmodium falciparum erythrocyte surface antigens in Kenya: evidence for rare and prevalent variants.Bull PC, Lowe BS, Kortok M, Marsh K
Infect Immun, (1999). 67:733-9

Plasmodium falciparum rosetting is associated with malaria severity in Kenya.Rowe A, Obeiro J, Newbold CI, Marsh K
Infect Immun, (1995). 63:2323-6

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