Viral Vector Malaria Vaccines Induce High-Level T Cell and Antibody Responses in West African Children and Infants

Carly M. Bliss, Abdoulie Drammeh, Georgina Bowyer, Guillaume S. Sanou, Ya Jankey Jagne, Oumarou Ouedraogo, Nick J. Edwards, Casimir Tarama, Nicolas Ouedraogo, Mireille Ouedraogo, Jainaba Njie-Jobe, Amidou Diarra, Muhammed O. Afolabi, Alfred B. Tiono, Jean Baptiste Yaro, Uche J. Adetifa, Susanne H. Hodgson, Nicholas A. Anagnostou, Rachel Roberts, Christopher J.A. DuncanRiccardo Cortese, Nicola K. Viebig, Odile Leroy, Alison M. Lawrie, Katie L. Flanagan, Beate Kampmann, Egeruan B. Imoukhuede, Sodiomon B. Sirima, Kalifa Bojang, Adrian V.S. Hill, Issa Nébié, Katie J. Ewer

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