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A longitudinal study of malaria antibodies in a Malaysian population. I. Group responses

, : A longitudinal study of malaria antibodies in a Malaysian population. I. Group responses. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 31(1): 14-18

The indirect hemagglutination test was used to measure malaria antibody levels in residents of an endemic area of Malaysia. Blood specimens were collected at 4-week intervals for a year. Seropositivity rates increased with age and number of episodes of malaria in young children. Although antibody levels were variable, titers tended to rise with parasitemia and fall in the absence of detected parasites. In general, the serologic indices tended to reflect the parasitologic findings.


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