It is unclear whether or not subpatent malaria should be targeted for control of the disease. A new study further unravels the role of subpatent… Read more »
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Here is the second of two blogs (here you find the first part) reporting on the 2019 British Society for Parasitology Spring Meeting in Manchester.
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The British Society for Parasitology held a very successful Spring Meeting jointly with The Netherlands Society of Parasitology… Read more »
Some mosquitoes have a strong preference for feeding on humans rather than other vertebrates. Our smell is one of the cues they… Read more »
New focus on intestinal schistosomiasis: Emergence of Biomphalaria snails and transmission of Schistosoma mansoni in Lake Malawi
A first report of Biomphalaria in Lake Malawi, with confirmed emergence of intestinal schistosomiasis in Mangochi District,… Read more »
Recently published work suggests a toxin from the bacterium, Escherichia coli, could be a therapeutic tool for treatment of… Read more »
India has made huge strides towards malaria elimination but there is a long way to go. Successes and challenges are discussed… Read more »
A new approach to the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis with magnetic nanobeads is showing promise.
New research uses high-speed videography and sound recordings to investigate the hidden world of mating in the yellow fever… Read more »
A recent study by Coffeng and team uses mathematical model simulations to predict the short-term and long-term impact of Water,… Read more »