Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, May 23rd, 2004
"The protein called serine repeat antigen (SERA) is a P. falciparum malaria antigen; high activity erythrocyte binding peptides have been identified in this protein. One of these, the 6725 peptide (non-immunogenic and non-protective), was analyzed for immunogenicity and protective activity in Aotus monkeys, together with several of its analogues," investigators in Colombia report.
"These peptides were studied by (HNMR)-H-1 to try to correlate their structure with their biological function,"...
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