1131 Identification of virulence factors in cerebral malaria in Benin

Projects:

Locations: Benin (BJ)

Partner study description

Gwladys Bertin is interested to facilitate the identification of variants associated to cerebral malaria in the proteomic analysis. She is correlating proteomic data from cerebral malaria samples with whole genome sequencing of these samples. The whole genome sequencing will allow adding new sequences and to facilitate the identification of variants associated to cerebral malaria in the proteomic analysis. The aim of this study is to correlate proteomic data from cerebral malaria samples with whole genome sequencing of these samples. The data from the whole genome sequencing will be used for analysis of proteomic and RNA-sequencing. The whole genome sequencing will allow adding new sequences and to facilitate the identification of variants associated to cerebral malaria in the proteomic analysis.

Gwladys Bertin is interested to facilitate the identification of variants associated to cerebral malaria in the proteomic analysis. She is correlating proteomic data from cerebral malaria samples with whole genome sequencing of these samples. The whole genome sequencing will allow adding new sequences and to facilitate the identification of variants associated to cerebral malaria in the proteomic analysis.The aim of this study is to correlate proteomic data from cerebral malaria samples with whole genome sequencing of these samples. The data from the whole genome sequencing will be used for analysis of proteomic and RNA-sequencing. The whole genome sequencing will allow adding new sequences and to facilitate the identification of variants associated to cerebral malaria in the proteomic analysis.

 

Key People

Claire Kamaliddin
PostDoctoral Fellow
The University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada