Publications by: John J. Aponte

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Dobaño, Carlota, Nhabomba, Augusto J., Manaca, Maria N., Berthoud, Tamara, Aguilar, Ruth, Quintó, Llorenç, Barbosa, Arnoldo, Rodríguez, Mauricio H., Jiménez, Alfons, Groves, Penny L., Santano, Rebeca, Bassat, Quique, Aponte, John J., Guinovart, Caterina, Doolan, Denise L., and Alonso, Pedro (2019) A balanced pro-inflammatory and regulatory cytokine signature in young African children is associated with lower risk of clinical malaria. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 69 (5). pp. 820-828.

Dobaño, Carlota, Berthoud, Tamara, Manaca, Maria Nelia, Nhabomba, Augusto, Guinovart, Caterina, Aguilar, Ruth, Barbosa, Arnoldo, Groves, Penny, Rodríguez, Mauricio H., Jimenez, Alfons, Quimice, Lazaro M., Aponte, John J., Ordi, Jaume, Doolan, Denise L., Mayor, Alfredo, and Alonso, Pedro L. (2018) High production of pro-inflammatory cytokines by maternal blood mononuclear cells is associated with reduced maternal malaria but increased cord blood infection. Malaria Journal, 17. 177.

Moraleda, Cinta, Aguilar, Ruth, Quinto, Lloren, Nhampossa, Tacilta, Renom, Montserrat, Nhabomba, Augusto, Acacio, Sozinho, Aponte, John J., Nhalungo, Delino, Achtman, Ariel H., Schofield, Louis, Martins, Helder, Macete, Eusebio, Alonso, Pedro L., and Menendez, Clara (2017) Anaemia in hospitalised preschool children from a rural area in Mozambique: a case control study in search for aetiological agents. BMC Pediatrics, 17 (63).

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