A recent lab and field-based study investigated the amount and duration of chlorine needed to inactivate schistosome cercariae and prevent… Read more »
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The coronavirus pandemic has been at the forefront of many researchers' minds this year. A recent publication in BMC Bioinformatics by Mark D. Temple… Read more »
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A recent study published in Genome Biology has explored the early history of smallpox vaccination by sequencing DNA from… Read more »
This is the first time that An. coustani is found to be a major local malaria vector in Madagascar.
By testing odours associated with malaria infection identified in a previous study, it was discovered that a specific odour-blend,… Read more »
World Rabies Day 2020: where does rabies come from and how can vaccination rates be increased in developing countries?
Felix Lankester’s latest research into vaccination strategies to eliminate human rabies is registered at the ISRCTN registry. To… Read more »
Diagnosis of scabies in LMICs: validation of the International Alliance for the Control of Scabies Consensus Criteria
The International Alliance for the Control of Scabies (IACS) developed a detailed description of diagnostic criteria for scabies.… Read more »
One Health is about the convergence of human, animal, and plant health and the health of the environment. In celebration of One… Read more »
Considerations for CRISPR human germline editing • A unified tool to assess the risk of research bias • Dietary… Read more »
A recent study shows how disruption of the mosquito doublesex gene affects the courtship songs produced by females.