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Hill, Danika L. and Carr, Edward J. and Rutishauser, Tobias and Moncunill, Gemma and Campo, Joseph J. and Innocentin, Silvia and Mpina, Maxmillian and Nhabomba, Augusto and Tumbo, Anneth and Jairoce, Chenjerai and Moll, Henriëtte A. and van Zelm, Menno C. and Dobaño, Carlota and Daubenberger, Claudia and Linterman, Michelle A.. (2020) Immune system development varies according to age, location, and anemia in African children. Science Translational Medicine, 12 (529). eaaw9522.

Krähenbühl, Silvan and Studer, Fabian and Guirou, Etienne and Deal, Anna and Mächler, Philipp and Hosch, Salome and Mpina, Maximilian and Mswata, Sarah and Daubenberger, Claudia and Schindler, Tobias. (2020) ELIMU-MDx: a web-based, open-source platform for storage, management and analysis of diagnostic qPCR data. Biotechniques, 68 (1). pp. 22-27.


Schindler, T. Robaina and T. Sax, J. Raso and Bieri, J. Mpina and M. Gondwe, L. Acuche and L. Garcia, G. Cortes and C. Maas, C. Daubenberger. (2019) Molecular monitoring of the diversity of human pathogenic malaria species in blood donations on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. Malaria journal, 18. p. 9.

Schindler, Tobias and Jongo, Said and Studer, Fabian and Mpina, Maximilian and Mwangoka, Grace and Mswata, Sarah and Ramadhani, Kamaka and Sax, Julian and Church, L. W. Preston and Richie, Thomas L. and Tanner, Marcel and Hoffman, Stephen L. and Abdulla, Salim and Daubenberger, Claudia. (2019) Two cases of long-lasting, sub-microscopic Plasmodium malariae infections in adults from coastal Tanzania. Malaria journal, 18. p. 149.

Dobaño, Carlota and Sanz, Hèctor and Sorgho, Hermann and Dosoo, David and Mpina, Maximilian and Ubillos, Itziar and Aguilar, Ruth and Ford, Tom and Díez-Padrisa, Núria and Williams, Nana Aba and Ayestaran, Aintzane and Traore, Ousmane and Nhabomba, Augusto J. and Jairoce, Chenjerai and Waitumbi, John and Agnandji, Selidji Todagbe and Kariuki, Simon and Abdulla, Salim and Aponte, John J. and Mordmüller, Benjamin and Asante, Kwaku Poku and Owusu-Agyei, Seth and Tinto, Halidou and Campo, Joseph J. and Moncunill, Gemma and Gyan, Ben and Valim, Clarissa and Daubenberger, Claudia. (2019) Concentration and avidity of antibodies to different circumsporozoite epitopes correlate with RTS,S/AS01E malaria vaccine efficacy. Nature Communications, 10. p. 2174.

Jongo, Said A. and Church, L. W. Preston and Mtoro, Ali T. and Chakravarty, Sumana and Ruben, Adam J. and Swanson, Phillip A. and Kassim, Kamaka R. and Mpina, Maximillian and Tumbo, Anneth-Mwasi and Milando, Florence A. and Qassim, Munira and Juma, Omar A. and Bakari, Bakari M. and Simon, Beatus and James, Eric R. and Abebe, Yonas and Kc, Natasha and Saverino, Elizabeth and Gondwe, Linda and Studer, Fabian and Fink, Martina and Cosi, Glenda and El-Khorazaty, Jill and Styers, David and Seder, Robert A. and Schindler, Tobias and Billingsley, Peter F. and Daubenberger, Claudia and Sim, B. Kim Lee and Tanner, Marcel and Richie, Thomas L. and Abdulla, Salim and Hoffman, Stephen L.. (2019) Safety and differential antibody and T-cell responses to Plasmodium falciparum sporozoite vaccine by age in Tanzanian adults, adolescents, children, and infants. American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, 100 (6). pp. 1433-1444.


Ubillos, Itziar and Ayestaran, Aintzane and Nhabomba, Augusto J. and Dosoo, David and Vidal, Marta and Jiménez, Alfons and Jairoce, Chenjerai and Sanz, Hèctor and Aguilar, Ruth and Williams, Nana Aba and Díez-Padrisa, Núria and Mpina, Maximilian and Sorgho, Hermann and Agnandji, Selidji Todagbe and Kariuki, Simon and Mordmüller, Benjamin and Daubenberger, Claudia and Asante, Kwaku Poku and Owusu-Agyei, Seth and Sacarlal, Jahit and Aide, Pedro and Aponte, John J. and Dutta, Sheetij and Gyan, Ben and Campo, Joseph J. and Valim, Clarissa and Moncunill, Gemma and Dobaño, Carlota. (2018) Baseline exposure, antibody subclass, and hepatitis B response differentially affect malaria protective immunity following RTS,S/AS01E vaccination in African children. BMC medicine, 16. p. 197.