Institut pasteur de Dakar
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Financement   - International Network of Instituts Pasteur - ACIP - Dedonder Project - Rotary International - Vaximax - Institut Pasteur Paris (Jacques Piraud Prize from the Foundation for Medical Research)

Thanks to progress in the fight against malaria in Senegal, the number of malaria cases has been reduced considerably. Means of prevention against the vector and systematic and early treatment of access at the level of acquired immunity. Faced with its major and persistent epidemiological changes in areas with high transmission, it is important to develop tools for monitoring the dynamics of responses, in particular biomarkers, a reduction in anti- immunity. Plasmodium. We took advantage of longitudinal studies of already targeted communities (Ndiop / Dielmo project) as well as recruitment by symptomatic malaria to validate this approach.A new ELISA Multiplex ™ system using magnetic microspheres (Millipore's Xmap system®) mosquito saliva…) using small volumes of blood.

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