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FcGammaRIIa polymorphism and anti-malaria specific IgG and IgG subclass responses in populations differing in susceptibility to malaria in Burkina Faso

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FcGammaRIIa polymorphism and anti-malaria specific IgG and IgG subclass responses in populations differing in susceptibility to malaria in Burkina Faso. / Cherif, Mariama K; Sanou, Guillaume S; Maiga, Boubakar; Elisabeth, Israelsson; Ouédraogo, André Lin; Bougouma, Edith C; Diarra, Amidou; Ouédraogo, Alphonse; Ouattara, Aboubacar S; Troye-Blomberg, Marita; Dolo, Amagana; Cavanagh, David R; Theisen, Michael; Modiano, David; Sirima, Sodiomon B; Nebié, Issa.

I: Scandinavian Journal of Immunology, Bind 75, Nr. 6, 2012, s. 606-613.

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Cherif, MK, Sanou, GS, Maiga, B, Elisabeth, I, Ouédraogo, AL, Bougouma, EC, Diarra, A, Ouédraogo, A, Ouattara, AS, Troye-Blomberg, M, Dolo, A, Cavanagh, DR, Theisen, M, Modiano, D, Sirima, SB & Nebié, I 2012, 'FcGammaRIIa polymorphism and anti-malaria specific IgG and IgG subclass responses in populations differing in susceptibility to malaria in Burkina Faso', Scandinavian Journal of Immunology, bind 75, nr. 6, s. 606-613. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-3083.2012.02690.x

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Cherif, M. K., Sanou, G. S., Maiga, B., Elisabeth, I., Ouédraogo, A. L., Bougouma, E. C., ... Nebié, I. (2012). FcGammaRIIa polymorphism and anti-malaria specific IgG and IgG subclass responses in populations differing in susceptibility to malaria in Burkina Faso. Scandinavian Journal of Immunology, 75(6), 606-613. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-3083.2012.02690.x

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Cherif MK, Sanou GS, Maiga B, Elisabeth I, Ouédraogo AL, Bougouma EC o.a. FcGammaRIIa polymorphism and anti-malaria specific IgG and IgG subclass responses in populations differing in susceptibility to malaria in Burkina Faso. Scandinavian Journal of Immunology. 2012;75(6):606-613. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-3083.2012.02690.x

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Cherif, Mariama K ; Sanou, Guillaume S ; Maiga, Boubakar ; Elisabeth, Israelsson ; Ouédraogo, André Lin ; Bougouma, Edith C ; Diarra, Amidou ; Ouédraogo, Alphonse ; Ouattara, Aboubacar S ; Troye-Blomberg, Marita ; Dolo, Amagana ; Cavanagh, David R ; Theisen, Michael ; Modiano, David ; Sirima, Sodiomon B ; Nebié, Issa. / FcGammaRIIa polymorphism and anti-malaria specific IgG and IgG subclass responses in populations differing in susceptibility to malaria in Burkina Faso. I: Scandinavian Journal of Immunology. 2012 ; Bind 75, Nr. 6. s. 606-613.

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title = "FcGammaRIIa polymorphism and anti-malaria specific IgG and IgG subclass responses in populations differing in susceptibility to malaria in Burkina Faso",
abstract = "Fc¿RIIa is known to be polymorphic; and certain variants err associated with differt susceptibilities to malaria. Studies involving the Fulani ethnic group reported an ethnic difference in Fc¿RIIa-R131H genotype frequencies between the Fulani and other sympatric groups. No previous studies have addressed these questions in Burkina Faso. The present study aimed to assess the influence of Fc¿RIIa-R131H polymorphism on anti- falciparum malaria IgG and IgG subclass responses in the Fulani and the Mossi ethnic groups living in Burkina-Faso. Healthy adults more than 20 years old belonging to the Mossi or the Fulani ethnic groups were enrolled for the assessment of selected parasitological, immunological and genetic variables in relation to their susceptibility to malaria. The attendance of the Plasmodium falciparum infection frequency was relatively low in the Fulani group ethnic compared to the Mossi ethnic group. For all tested antigens, the Fulani had higher antibody levels than the Mossi group. In both ethnic groups, a similar distribution of Fc¿RIIa R131H polymorphism was found. Individuals with the R allele of Fc¿RIIa had higher antibodies levels than those with the H allele. The present study confirmed that malaria infection affected less the Fulani group than the Mossi group. Fc¿RIIa-R131H allele distribution is similar in both ethnic groups and higher antibodies levels are associated with the Fc¿RIIa R allele compared to the H allele.",
author = "Cherif, {Mariama K} and Sanou, {Guillaume S} and Boubakar Maiga and Israelsson Elisabeth and Ou{\'e}draogo, {Andr{\'e} Lin} and Bougouma, {Edith C} and Amidou Diarra and Alphonse Ou{\'e}draogo and Ouattara, {Aboubacar S} and Marita Troye-Blomberg and Amagana Dolo and Cavanagh, {David R} and Michael Theisen and David Modiano and Sirima, {Sodiomon B} and Issa Nebi{\'e}",
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T1 - FcGammaRIIa polymorphism and anti-malaria specific IgG and IgG subclass responses in populations differing in susceptibility to malaria in Burkina Faso

AU - Cherif, Mariama K

AU - Sanou, Guillaume S

AU - Maiga, Boubakar

AU - Elisabeth, Israelsson

AU - Ouédraogo, André Lin

AU - Bougouma, Edith C

AU - Diarra, Amidou

AU - Ouédraogo, Alphonse

AU - Ouattara, Aboubacar S

AU - Troye-Blomberg, Marita

AU - Dolo, Amagana

AU - Cavanagh, David R

AU - Theisen, Michael

AU - Modiano, David

AU - Sirima, Sodiomon B

AU - Nebié, Issa

N1 - Scandinavian Journal of Immunology © 2012 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

PY - 2012

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N2 - Fc¿RIIa is known to be polymorphic; and certain variants err associated with differt susceptibilities to malaria. Studies involving the Fulani ethnic group reported an ethnic difference in Fc¿RIIa-R131H genotype frequencies between the Fulani and other sympatric groups. No previous studies have addressed these questions in Burkina Faso. The present study aimed to assess the influence of Fc¿RIIa-R131H polymorphism on anti- falciparum malaria IgG and IgG subclass responses in the Fulani and the Mossi ethnic groups living in Burkina-Faso. Healthy adults more than 20 years old belonging to the Mossi or the Fulani ethnic groups were enrolled for the assessment of selected parasitological, immunological and genetic variables in relation to their susceptibility to malaria. The attendance of the Plasmodium falciparum infection frequency was relatively low in the Fulani group ethnic compared to the Mossi ethnic group. For all tested antigens, the Fulani had higher antibody levels than the Mossi group. In both ethnic groups, a similar distribution of Fc¿RIIa R131H polymorphism was found. Individuals with the R allele of Fc¿RIIa had higher antibodies levels than those with the H allele. The present study confirmed that malaria infection affected less the Fulani group than the Mossi group. Fc¿RIIa-R131H allele distribution is similar in both ethnic groups and higher antibodies levels are associated with the Fc¿RIIa R allele compared to the H allele.

AB - Fc¿RIIa is known to be polymorphic; and certain variants err associated with differt susceptibilities to malaria. Studies involving the Fulani ethnic group reported an ethnic difference in Fc¿RIIa-R131H genotype frequencies between the Fulani and other sympatric groups. No previous studies have addressed these questions in Burkina Faso. The present study aimed to assess the influence of Fc¿RIIa-R131H polymorphism on anti- falciparum malaria IgG and IgG subclass responses in the Fulani and the Mossi ethnic groups living in Burkina-Faso. Healthy adults more than 20 years old belonging to the Mossi or the Fulani ethnic groups were enrolled for the assessment of selected parasitological, immunological and genetic variables in relation to their susceptibility to malaria. The attendance of the Plasmodium falciparum infection frequency was relatively low in the Fulani group ethnic compared to the Mossi ethnic group. For all tested antigens, the Fulani had higher antibody levels than the Mossi group. In both ethnic groups, a similar distribution of Fc¿RIIa R131H polymorphism was found. Individuals with the R allele of Fc¿RIIa had higher antibodies levels than those with the H allele. The present study confirmed that malaria infection affected less the Fulani group than the Mossi group. Fc¿RIIa-R131H allele distribution is similar in both ethnic groups and higher antibodies levels are associated with the Fc¿RIIa R allele compared to the H allele.

U2 - 10.1111/j.1365-3083.2012.02690.x

DO - 10.1111/j.1365-3083.2012.02690.x

M3 - Journal article

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VL - 75

SP - 606

EP - 613

JO - Scandinavian Journal of Immunology

JF - Scandinavian Journal of Immunology

SN - 0300-9475

IS - 6

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