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  • adj. endemic in the whole population of a given region

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Examples

  • This likely reflects higher anti-merozoite antibody levels due to the prevailing holoendemic conditions.

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  • Ly AB, Tall A, Cisse B, Trape JF (1999) Plasmodium falciparum clinical malaria in Dielmo, a holoendemic area in Senegal: no influence of acquired immunity on initial symptomatology and severity of malaria attacks.

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  • P. falciparum - infected women residing in a malaria holoendemic area in Kwale District,

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  • P. falciparum lines tested with the highest median levels among children Plasma antibody-mediated growth inhibition of blood stage P. falciparum decreases with age in residents of a malaria holoendemic area.

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  • In this study we used several methodologies from different laboratories to examine whether GIA could be used as a surrogate of protection against blood stage infection in children and adults living in a malaria holoendemic area of western Kenya.

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  • Rogier C, Konate L, Diagne N, Bouganali H, et al. (1994) The Dielmo project: a longitudinal study of natural malaria infection and the mechanisms of protective immunity in a community living in a holoendemic area of Senegal.

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  • A treatment-time-to-infection study was conducted over 12-weeks in a malaria holoendemic area of Kenya.

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  • Epidemiological evidence shows that people living in Plasmodium falciparum malaria holoendemic areas who experience repeated or chronic blood stage parasitemia develop clinical immunity with increasing age

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  • Chelimo K, Ofulla AV, Narum DL, Kazura JW, Lanar DE, et al. (2005) Antibodies to Plasmodium falciparum antigens vary by age and antigen in children in a malaria-holoendemic area of Kenya.

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  • Testing the hypothesis that GIA could be used as a marker of partial protection against blood stage malaria that develops in residents of malaria holoendemic areas, our results show that higher levels of growth inhibition activity were associated with a modest delay in time to infection with age as an important independent variable.

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