For each protein, antibody levels were stratified into tertiles and scored as 0, 1 or 2 for the low, medium, and high tertiles, respectively. Scores were then added up to reflect the breadth of antibodies per child. (a) Antibody breadth by age group. Age is shown as median (interquartile range). (b) Antibody breadth by lifetime exposure group. For each child, exposure was defined as the total number of P. vivax blood-stage clones acquired per time-at-risk (molFOB), and lifetime exposure as a product of age and molFOB. P values are from negative binomial regression and were deemed significant if <0.05.