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Vaccination contre le paludisme. Si près du but, l'argent ne doit pas manquer! / [Immunization against malaria].

Méchai, Frédéric; Loulergue, Pierre; Bouchaud, Olivier.
Rev Prat; 62(5): 605-10, 2012 May.
Artigo em Francês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-22730782
Malaria is a great endemic infectious disease, as well as HIV and tuberculosis, responsible world-wide for millions of deaths every year, especially in children. Despite vector control intensification, significant epidemiological improvement and arrival of new and effective antimalarials, malaria remains a major public health issue. The development of a vaccine is still a public health priority because it would considerably modify malaria epidemiology in a relatively near future if associated with vector control and improvement of diagnosis and treatment, in the sixties, several studies have assessed vaccine-candidates targeting different stages of Plasmodium falciparum cycle with different approaches depending on targets. Some aiming a reduction of morbidity and mortality, others a transmission disruption (through vaccine specific of the pre-erythrocytic stage using the circumsporozoite protein with promising phase 3 studies). Other vaccine targets are being studied with hopefully an effective knowledge of the immunological mechanisms.
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