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2002-09The human immune response to Plasmodium falciparum includes both antibodies that inhibit merozoite surface protein 1 secondary processing and blocking antibodiesNwuba, R. I.; Sodeinde, O.; Anumudu, C. I.; Omosun, Y. O.; Odaibo, A. B.; Holder, A. A.; Nwagwu, M.
2005Variation in the relationship between anti-MSP-119 antibody response and age in children infected with Plasmodium falciparum during the dry and rainy seasonsOmosun, Y. O.; Anumudu, C. I.; Adoro, S.; Odaibo, A. B.; Sodeinde, O.; Holder, A. A.; Nwagwu, M.; Nwuba, R. I.
2002Specificities of antibodies to Plasmodium falciparum merozoite surface protein (MSP)-1 19Nwuba, R. I.; Adoro, S. A.; Anumudu, C. I.; Odaibo, A. B.; Omosun, Y.; Holder, A. A.; Nwagwu, M.
2008Epidemiology of malaria in children living at Igbo-Ora, South Western NigeriaNwuba, R. I.; Omosun, Y. O.; Anumudu, C. I.; Adoro, S.; Odaibo, A. B.; Nwagwu, M.
2009Antibody specificities of children living in a malaria endemic area to inhibitory and blocking epitopes on MSP-119 of Plasmodium falciparumOmosun, Y. O.; Adoro, S.; Anumudu, C. I.; Odaibo, A. B.; Uthiapibull, C.; Holder, A. A.; Nwagwu, M.; Nwuba, R. I.
2009Cellular responses to modified Plasmodium falciparum MSP 119 antigens in individuals previously exposed to natural malaria infectionOkafor, C. M. F.; Anumudu, C. I.; Omosun, Y. O.; Uthaipibull, C.; Ayede, I.; Awobode, H. O.; Odaibo, A. B.; Langhorne, J.; Holder, A. A.; Nwuba, R. I.; Troye-Blomberg, M.
2010Fine specificity of anti MSP 119 antibodies an multiplicity of Plasmodium falciparum merozoite protein 1 types in individuals in Nigeria with submicroscopic infectionNgoundou-Landji, J.; Nwuba, R. I.; Anumudu, C. I.; Odaibo, A. B.; Matando Mayo, W. D.; Awobode, H. O.; Okafor, C. M.; Morenikeji, O. A.; Asinobi, A.; Nwagwu, M.; Holder, A. A.; Ntoumi, F.
2011-04IgG Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) for immunodiagnosis of Schistosoma haematobium infected subjects living in an endemic Nigerian villageOniya, M. O.; Omosun, Y. O.; Anumudu, C. I.; Nwuba, R. I.; Odaibo, A. B.