Tabitha Mwangi
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Effect of a fall in malaria transmission on morbidity and mortality in Kilifi, Kenya
WP O'Meara, P Bejon, TW Mwangi, EA Okiro, N Peshu, RW Snow, ...
The lancet 372 (9649), 1555-1562, 2008
Breadth and Magnitude of Antibody Responses to Multiple Plasmodium falciparum Merozoite Antigens Are Associated with Protection from Clinical Malaria
FHA Osier, G Fegan, SD Polley, L Murungi, F Verra, KKA Tetteh, B Lowe, ...
Infection and immunity 76 (5), 2240-2248, 2008
Sickle cell trait and the risk of Plasmodium falciparum malaria and other childhood diseases
TN Williams, TW Mwangi, S Wambua, ND Alexander, M Kortok, RW Snow, ...
Journal of Infectious Diseases 192 (1), 178-186, 2005
Heritability of malaria in Africa
MJ Mackinnon, TW Mwangi, RW Snow, K Marsh, TN Williams
PLoS medicine 2 (12), e340, 2005
An immune basis for malaria protection by the sickle cell trait
TN Williams, TW Mwangi, DJ Roberts, ND Alexander, DJ Weatherall, ...
PLoS medicine 2 (5), e128, 2005
Negative epistasis between the malaria-protective effects of α+-thalassemia and the sickle cell trait
TN Williams, TW Mwangi, S Wambua, TEA Peto, DJ Weatherall, S Gupta, ...
Nature genetics 37 (11), 1253-1257, 2005
Malaria and helminth interactions in humans: an epidemiological viewpoint
TW Mwangi, JM Bethony, S Brooker
Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology 100 (7), 551-570, 2006
Human antibodies to recombinant protein constructs of Plasmodium falciparum Apical Membrane Antigen 1 (AMA1) and their associations with protection from malaria
SD Polley, T Mwangi, CHM Kocken, AW Thomas, S Dutta, DE Lanar, ...
Vaccine 23 (5), 718-728, 2004
Case definitions of clinical malaria under different transmission conditions in Kilifi District, Kenya
TW Mwangi, A Ross, RW Snow, K Marsh
Journal of Infectious Diseases 191 (11), 1932-1939, 2005
The Effect of α +-Thalassaemia on the Incidence of Malaria and Other Diseases in Children Living on the Coast of Kenya
S Wambua, TW Mwangi, M Kortok, SM Uyoga, AW Macharia, ...
PLoS medicine 3 (5), e158, 2006
HIV infection, malnutrition, and invasive bacterial infection among children with severe malaria
JA Berkley, P Bejon, T Mwangi, S Gwer, K Maitland, TN Williams, ...
Clinical infectious diseases 49 (3), 336-343, 2009
A phase 2b randomised trial of the candidate malaria vaccines FP9 ME-TRAP and MVA ME-TRAP among children in Kenya
P Bejon, J Mwacharo, O Kai, T Mwangi, P Milligan, S Todryk, S Keating, ...
PLoS clinical trials 1 (6), e29, 2006
High levels of serum antibodies to merozoite surface protein 2 of Plasmodium falciparum are associated with reduced risk of clinical malaria in coastal Kenya
SD Polley, DJ Conway, DR Cavanagh, JS McBride, BS Lowe, ...
Vaccine 24 (19), 4233-4246, 2006
Clinical algorithms for malaria diagnosis lack utility among people of different age groups
TW Mwangi, M Mohammed, H Dayo, RW Snow, K Marsh
Tropical Medicine & International Health 10 (6), 530-536, 2005
B Cell Memory to 3 Plasmodium falciparum Blood-Stage Antigens in a Malaria-Endemic Area
JR Dorfman, P Bejon, FM Ndungu, J Langhorne, MM Kortok, BS Lowe, ...
Journal of infectious diseases 191 (10), 1623-1630, 2005
Defining childhood severe falciparum malaria for intervention studies
P Bejon, JA Berkley, T Mwangi, E Ogada, I Mwangi, K Maitland, ...
PLoS medicine 4 (8), e251, 2007
Relationship between exposure, clinical malaria, and age in an area of changing transmission intensity
WP O’Meara, TW Mwangi, TN Williams, FE McKenzie, RW Snow, K Marsh
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 79 (2), 185, 2008
Correlation of Memory T Cell Responses against TRAP with Protection from Clinical Malaria, and CD4+ CD25high T Cells with Susceptibility in Kenyans
SM Todryk, P Bejon, T Mwangi, M Plebanski, B Urban, K Marsh, AVS Hill, ...
PLoS One 3 (4), e2027, 2008
Peripheral blood dendritic cells in children with acute Plasmodium falciparum malaria
BC Urban, T Mwangi, A Ross, S Kinyanjui, M Mosobo, O Kai, B Lowe, ...
Blood, The Journal of the American Society of Hematology 98 (9), 2859-2861, 2001
The induction and persistence of T cell IFN-γ responses after vaccination or natural exposure is suppressed by Plasmodium falciparum
P Bejon, J Mwacharo, O Kai, S Todryk, S Keating, B Lowe, T Lang, ...
The Journal of Immunology 179 (6), 4193-4201, 2007
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