Jose Stoute

Professor of Medicine

Jose Stoute

Publication Tags

Malaria Parasites Plasmodium Falciparum Erythrocytes Complement Receptors Complement C1 N Acetylneuraminic Acid Antimalarials Antibodies Chloroquine 4 Quinolones Blood Infection Growth Anemia Cells Ligands Vaccines Phenotype Plasmodium Berghei Merozoites Plasmodium Chabaudi China Synthesis Cd147 Antigens

Most Recent Papers

Plasmodium falciparum strains spontaneously switch invasion phenotype in suspension culture

Gordon A. Awandare, Prince B. Nyarko, Yaw Aniweh, Reuben Ayivor-Djanie, José A. Stoute, 2018, Scientific reports

A Murine Model to Study Epilepsy and SUDEP Induced by Malaria Infection

Paddy Ssentongo, Anna E. Robuccio, Godfrey Thuku, Derek G. Sim, Ali Nabi, Fatemeh Bahari, Balaji Shanmugasundaram, Myles W. Billard, Andrew Geronimo, Kurt W. Short, Patrick J. Drew, Jennifer Baccon, Steven L. Weinstein, Frank G. Gilliam, José A. Stoute, Vernon M. Chinchilli, Andrew F. Read, Bruce J. Gluckman, Steven J. Schiff, 2017, Scientific reports

Blood stage Plasmodium falciparum exhibits biological responses to direct current electric fields

Lorena M. Coronado, Stephania Montealegre, Zumara Chaverra, Luis Mojica, Carlos Espinosa, Alejandro Almanza, Ricardo Correa, José A. Stoute, Rolando A. Gittens, Carmenza Spadafora, 2016, PloS one

Complement and Antibody-mediated Enhancement of Red Blood Cell Invasion and Growth of Malaria Parasites

Sergei Biryukov, Evelina Angov, Mary E. Landmesser, Michele D. Spring, Christian F. Ockenhouse, José A. Stoute, 2016, EBioMedicine on p. 207-216

Analysis of erythrocyte invasion mechanisms of plasmodium falciparum clinical isolates across 3 malaria-endemic areas in Ghana

Henrietta E. Mensah-Brown, Nicholas Amoako, James Abugri, Lindsay B. Stewart, Godfred Agongo, Emmanuel K. Dickson, Michael F. Ofori, José A. Stoute, David J. Conway, Gordon A. Awandare, 2015, Journal of Infectious Diseases on p. 1288-1297

The HFE genotype and a formulated diet controlling for iron status attenuate experimental cerebral malaria in mice

Dominique F. Leitner, Jose Stoute, Mary Landmesser, Elizabeth Neely, James Connor, 2015, International Journal for Parasitology on p. 797-808

Use of mosquito preventive measures is associated with increased RBC CR1 levels in a malaria holoendemic area of western Kenya

Christine King, Ping Du, Walter Otieno, José A. Stoute, 2015, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene on p. 34-38

Facile synthesis of antimalarial 1,2-disubstituted 4-quinolones from 1,3-bisaryl-monothio-1,3-diketones

Ajjampura C. Vinayaka, Maralinganadoddi P. Sadashiva, Xianzhu Wu, Sergei S. Biryukov, José A. Stoute, Kanchugarakoppal S. Rangappa, D. Channe Gowda, 2014, Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry on p. 8555-8561

Sequential Plasmodium chabaudi and Plasmodium berghei infections provide a novel model of severe malarial anemia

Juliana V. Harris, Tiffany M. Bohr, Catherine Stracener, Mary E. Landmesser, Vladimir Torres, Amos Mbugua, Chantal Moratz, José A. Stoute, 2012, Infection and Immunity on p. 2997-3007

A case of congenital plasmodium vivax malaria from a temperate region in central china

Xue Liu, Zhi Yong Tao, Qiang Fang, Xue Mei Wang, Hui Zhang, Jose A. Stoute, Hui Xia, Liwang Cui, 2012, Malaria journal

Most-Cited Papers

Complement receptor 1 is a sialic acid-independent erythrocyte receptor of Plasmodium falciparum

Carmenza Spadafora, Gordon A. Awandare, Karen M. Kopydlowski, Jozsef Czege, J. Kathleen Moch, Robert W. Finberg, George C. Tsokos, José A. Stoute, 2010, PLoS pathogens

Facile synthesis of antimalarial 1,2-disubstituted 4-quinolones from 1,3-bisaryl-monothio-1,3-diketones

Ajjampura C. Vinayaka, Maralinganadoddi P. Sadashiva, Xianzhu Wu, Sergei S. Biryukov, José A. Stoute, Kanchugarakoppal S. Rangappa, D. Channe Gowda, 2014, Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry on p. 8555-8561

Plasmodium falciparum field isolates use complement receptor 1 (CR1) as a receptor for invasion of erythrocytes

Gordon A. Awandare, Carmenza Spadafora, J. Kathleen Moch, Sheetij Dutta, J. David Haynes, Jose Stoute, 2011, Molecular and biochemical parasitology on p. 57-60

Analysis of erythrocyte invasion mechanisms of plasmodium falciparum clinical isolates across 3 malaria-endemic areas in Ghana

Henrietta E. Mensah-Brown, Nicholas Amoako, James Abugri, Lindsay B. Stewart, Godfred Agongo, Emmanuel K. Dickson, Michael F. Ofori, José A. Stoute, David J. Conway, Gordon A. Awandare, 2015, Journal of Infectious Diseases on p. 1288-1297

The levels of CD16/Fcγ receptor IIIA on CD14<sup>+</sup> CD16 <sup>+</sup> monocytes are higher in children with severe Plasmodium falciparum anemia than in children with cerebral or uncomplicated malaria

Lilian A. Ogonda, Alloys S.S. Orago, Michael F. Otieno, Christine Adhiambo, Walter Otieno, José A. Stoute, 2010, Infection and Immunity on p. 2173-2181

Complement and Antibody-mediated Enhancement of Red Blood Cell Invasion and Growth of Malaria Parasites

Sergei Biryukov, Evelina Angov, Mary E. Landmesser, Michele D. Spring, Christian F. Ockenhouse, José A. Stoute, 2016, EBioMedicine on p. 207-216

Sequential Plasmodium chabaudi and Plasmodium berghei infections provide a novel model of severe malarial anemia

Juliana V. Harris, Tiffany M. Bohr, Catherine Stracener, Mary E. Landmesser, Vladimir Torres, Amos Mbugua, Chantal Moratz, José A. Stoute, 2012, Infection and Immunity on p. 2997-3007

A Murine Model to Study Epilepsy and SUDEP Induced by Malaria Infection

Paddy Ssentongo, Anna E. Robuccio, Godfrey Thuku, Derek G. Sim, Ali Nabi, Fatemeh Bahari, Balaji Shanmugasundaram, Myles W. Billard, Andrew Geronimo, Kurt W. Short, Patrick J. Drew, Jennifer Baccon, Steven L. Weinstein, Frank G. Gilliam, José A. Stoute, Vernon M. Chinchilli, Andrew F. Read, Bruce J. Gluckman, Steven J. Schiff, 2017, Scientific reports

A case of congenital plasmodium vivax malaria from a temperate region in central china

Xue Liu, Zhi Yong Tao, Qiang Fang, Xue Mei Wang, Hui Zhang, Jose A. Stoute, Hui Xia, Liwang Cui, 2012, Malaria journal

Dual role of erythrocyte complement receptor type 1 in immune complex-mediated macrophage stimulation

M. Odera, W. Otieno, C. Adhiambo, J. A. Stoute, 2011, Clinical and Experimental Immunology on p. 201-207