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Figure 2. From: Total and functional parasite specific IgE responses in Plasmodium falciparum-infected patients exhibiting different clinical status.

A. Total IgE correlation with age in the Gabonese population (significant spearman correlation, p = 1.0 × 10-9). B. Total IgE correlation with parasitaemia in the Indian population. Significant Spearman correlation (p = 0,0001).

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Figure 5. From: Total and functional parasite specific IgE responses in Plasmodium falciparum-infected patients exhibiting different clinical status.

Cytokine correlation with IgE levels in the Indian population. A. TNF correlation with total IgE levels (significant positive spearman correlation, p = 0.0037); B. IFN-γ correlation with total IgE levels (Significant positive spearman correlation, p = 0.0028); C. IL-10 correlation with total IgE levels (significant positive spearman correlation, p = 0.0051).

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Figure 4. From: Total and functional parasite specific IgE responses in Plasmodium falciparum-infected patients exhibiting different clinical status.

IL-10 correlation with total IgE levels in the Gabonese population. Dashed line - Asymptomatic patients (significant negative spearman correlation, p = 0.025). Bold line - Uncomplicated malaria patients (significant positive correlation, p = 0.017).

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Figure 3. From: Total and functional parasite specific IgE responses in Plasmodium falciparum-infected patients exhibiting different clinical status.

Percentage of patients with positive functional IgE against parasite antigen in the Gabonese and Indian populations. A. Distribution of patients with positive anti-parasite functional IgE, exhibiting different intensities of enzyme release per clinical group in the Gabonese population (low enzyme release, from 5 to 10%; moderate enzyme release, from 10 to 30%; and high enzyme release, greater than than 30%). B. Distribution of patients with positive anti-parasite functional IgE in the Indian population.

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Figure 1. From: Total and functional parasite specific IgE responses in Plasmodium falciparum-infected patients exhibiting different clinical status.

Distribution of total IgE levels per clinical group in both studied populations: Gabon and India. A. Total IgE levels (μg/ml) per clinical group in Gabonese patients (non-significant Kruskall Wallis test). B. Total IgE levels (μg/ml) in Indian patients (significant Kruskall Wallis test, p = 0.0005). C. Percentage of patients with defined IgE levels per group in the Gabonese population (normal levels (N) lower than or equal to 0.500 μg/ml, moderate levels (N to 2N), from 0.501 to 1.000 μg/ml, high levels (2N to 3N), from 1,000 to 1,500 μg/ml, very high (>3N) greater than 1,500 μg/ml). D. Percentage of patients with defined levels of IgE per group in the Indian population (normal levels (N) lower than or equal to 4,000 μg/ml, moderate levels (N to 2N), from 4,000 to 8,000 μg/ml, high levels (2N to 3N), from 8,000 to 12,000 μg/ml, very high (>3N), greater than 12,000 μg/ml). Legend: EC – endemic control, AI – Asymptomatic infected, UM – uncomplicated malaria, SM – severe malaria, CM – cerebral malaria, NEC – non-endemic control, ExCM – ex-cerebral malaria.

Joana Duarte, et al. Malar J. 2007;6:1-1.

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