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Methods: Here we report a 55 year old retropositive male after obtained his consent to present his clinical details. He was not on ART presenting with complaints of abdominal pain with loss of appetite, fatigue, high coloured urine, yellowish dicolouration of eyes and generalised itching for 3 months that increased over the last 10days. On examination, he was found to have right hypochondrial tenderness. Baseline evaluation showed features suggestive of cholestatic pattern of jaundice. He was found to be HBsAg positive, a low CD4 count 72, suggestive of a clinical possibility of HIV Cholangiopathy. There was no evidence of Opportunistic infections on further evaluation with blood, urine and stool culture and sensitivity. His fundus examination did not reveal any evidence of CMV retinopathy.

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Methods: 600 P. falciparum epitopes were retrieved form IEDB database and proteome sequences were downloaded from Genbank to detect conserved and non conserved epitopes across multiple isolates. A catalog of epitope variation was created using multiple sequence alignment (MSA) by mapping epitope sequences against the Plasmodium proteome.

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