Exciting new research uncovers some reasons why very few tsetse flies develop salivary gland infections.
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Conservation of endangered species can often come into conflict with the lives of the indigenous people who live with them. In the Gulf of Venezuela,… Read more »
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A tsetse control project conducted in Burkina Faso reveals the importance of the engagement of local communities.
Krisztian Magori summarizes two recent papers by Peter Hotez and his coauthors on the potential link between violent conflict and… Read more »
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Every year, April 25th marks World Malaria Day. This year's theme is "Ready to beat malaria" which aims to unite the global… Read more »
A unique partnership among institutions (an African government, an American bio-pharmaceutical company, an American… Read more »
If you want to control your parasite infection, the time that you eat may be the answer. Research recently published in PLoS… Read more »
A new study published today in Infectious Disease of Poverty explores the underlying differences between urban and rural cases of… Read more »
Roestenberg and colleagues at Leiden University Medical Center are undertaking a controversial yet highly interesting study;… Read more »