Blood cells infected with malaria
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Immune children aid malaria vaccine development

A group of children in Tanzania who are naturally immune to malaria are helping scientists to develop a new vaccine.

US researchers have found that they produce an antibody that attacks the malaria-causing parasite at a key stage in its life-cycle.

Rebecca Morelle reports.

  • 23 May 2014
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