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Malaria Presentation

Malaria Presentation

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Published by: Charles Everett Morrow IV on Nov 05, 2010
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I know I left a comment a few days ago on another version of your poster, but now I can't find it.... How do the other strains react to blood types? Do they also create rosette formation? - Sarah M.
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Hey Charles, sorry but I don't really understand what the antirosetting effect. Do you think you could explain it and it's significance in the study? - Christine P
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How does the body usually handle protists and why in Malaria such as problem for us?Chris Macko
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How do red blood cell polymorphisms affect rosette formation -Meridith H.
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You mention that rosette formation can be used to identify specific populations of cells. Does the type of cell forming rosettes have an effect on the severity of the disease? Thanks! -Brenda
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Do you know if there has been any recent attempt to use rosetting ligand for a vaccine? Also, what part of the life cycle does this have an effect? Did it say anything about being A+/- or O+/- or was it just A and O? Thanks, Josh G
Tara Manny added this note
You state in your conclusions that P.falciparum strains have the potential to use another receptor. Did you find in your research what other receptors these may be? Are they used for other purposes in the ABO blood group system? Tara M.
Laura Miotke added this note
You said that P. falciparum can use other receptors which means that the vaccine must focus on rosetting ligand? Is the fact that it uses different glycan interactions than the other strains a virulence factor that makes it, but not the others, deadly, or is just something to be focused on for treatment?
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Hi Charles! What are the consequences of forming rosettes? Did you find any information about rosette formation playing a part in the disease symptoms of malaria? Thanks! Emily S

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