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Study IDST000599
Study TitleMetabolomics measures of Macaca mulatta infected with Plasmodium coatneyi Hackeri strain
Study TypeLongitudinal parasite infection and treatment of multiple individuals
Study Summary"ATTENTION: The dataset package associated with this study is out of date. Please refer to https://www.ebi.ac.uk/metabolights/MTBLS518 for the latest and final version of all files." Malaria-naive male rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta), approximately four years of age, were inoculated intravenously with salivary gland sporozoites produced and isolated at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from multiple Anopheles species (An. dirus, An. gambiae, and An. stephensi) and then profiled for clinical, hematological, parasitological, immunological, functional genomic, lipidomic, proteomic, and metabolomic measurements. The experiment was designed for 100 days, and pre- and post-100 day periods to prepare subjects and administer curative treatments respectively. The anti-malarial drug artemether was subcuratively administered to all subjects at the initial peak of infection, one out of the five macaques received four additional subcurative treatments for subsequent recrudescence peaks. The experimental infection in one subject was ineffective but the macaque was followed-up for the same period of 100 days. The different clinical phases of the infection were clinically determined for each subject. Blood-stage curative doses of artemether were administered to all subjects at the end of the study. Capillary blood samples were collected daily for the measurement of CBCs, reticulocytes, and parasitemias. Capillary blood samples were collected every other day to obtain plasma for metabolomic analysis. Venous blood and bone marrow samples were collected at seven time points for functional genomic, proteomic, lipidomic, and immunological analyses. Within the MaHPIC, this project is known as ‘Experiment 03’. This dataset was produced by Dean Jones at Emory University. The experimental design and protocols for this study were approved by the Emory University Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC).
InstituteEmory University
DepartmentSchool of Medicine, Vaccine Center at Yerkes
Last NameGalinski
First NameMary
AddressEmory University, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, 954 Gatewood Rd, Room 003, Atlanta, GA 30329
Emailmahpic@emory.edu
PhoneN/A
Submit Date2017-03-23
Num Groups6
Total Subjects331
Study CommentsThe experimental design and protocols for this study were approved by the Emory University Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). These results are a product of a consortium of researchers known as the Malaria Host Pathogen Interaction Center (MaHPIC). Contributors include: Monica Cabrera, Jeremy D. DeBarry, Mary G. Galinski, Jay Humphrey, Dean Jones, Ebru Karpuzoglu, Jessica C. Kissinger, Regina Joice, Esmeralda Meyer, Vishal Nayak, Mustafa Nural, Suman Pakala, ViLinh Tran, Karan Uppal, Loukia Williams. For more information on the MaHPIC, please visit http://www.systemsbiology.emory.edu/ . Within the MaHPIC, these data were collected as part of 'Experiment 03' (E03). To access other publicly available results from E03 and other MaHPIC Experiments, including clinical results (specifics on drugs administered, diet, and veterinary interventions), and other omics, visit http://plasmodb.org/plasmo/mahpic.jsp . This page will be updated as datasets are released to the public.
Raw Data AvailableYes
Raw Data File Type(s).cdf
Release Date2017-07-10
Release Version1

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Project:

Project ID:PR000384
Project DOI:doi: 10.21228/M8DP41
Project Title:The Malaria Host-Pathogen Interaction Center (MaHPIC)
Project Type:Systems Biology
Project Summary:The Malaria Host-Pathogen Interaction Center (MaHPIC) is a transdisciplinary malaria systems biology research program supported by an NIH/NIAID contract (# HHSN272201200031C; see http://www.systemsbiology.emory.edu/index.html). The MaHPIC generates many data types (e.g., metabolomics, functional genomics, lipidomics, proteomics, clinical, parasitological, immune response) and mathematical models, to iteratively test and develop hypotheses related to the complex host-parasite dynamics in the course of malaria in non-human primates, and metabolomics data via collaborations with investigators conducting clinical studies in malaria endemic countries, with the overarching goal of better understanding human disease, pathogenesis, and immunity. Curation and maintenance of all data and metadata are the responsibility of the MaHPIC: Mary Galinski mary.galinski@emory.edu (MaHPIC Program Director), Jessica Kissinger jkissinger@uga.edu (MaHPIC Co-Program Director), Alberto Moreno alberto.moreno@emory.edu (MaHPIC Co-Program Director), and Ebru Karpuzoglu ekarpuzoglu@emory.edu (MaHPIC Scientific Project Manager)
Institute:Emory University
Department:School of Medicine, Vaccine Center at Yerkes
Last Name:Galinski
First Name:Mary
Address:Emory University, 954 Gatewood Rd, Atlanta, GA 30329
Email:mgalins@emory.edu
Phone:N/A
Funding Source:NIAID Contract: # HHSN272201200031C