In May 2022, Togo was validated by the WHO for a significant milestone: its elimination of trachoma as a public health problem. What can we learn from… Read more »
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In June 2023, concerning news of locally acquired malaria was reported in the US – the first such cases in twenty years. At the… Read more »
On July 5th, WHO, GAVI and UNICEF announced that 18 million first doses of the malaria vaccine RTS,S/AS01 will be made available… Read more »
Mosquitoes use scent cues to locate humans to feed upon, but do some humans smell more appealing than others, and if so, why?
Development of a duplex tetra-primer amplification refractory mutation system polymerase chain reaction (T-ARMS-PCR) assay enables… Read more »
Revisiting older scientific publications is always important to ensure foundational knowledge is secure, which is why Andrea Adden… Read more »
In a new study by Doi et al., the authors detected an eyeworm in invasive raccoons from the Kanto region of Japan.
Tetraspanin antigens in the zoonotic Asian blood fluke Schistosoma japonicum: Implications for vaccine candidacy
The development of an effective anti-schistosome vaccine is increasingly considered an essential tool in moving towards… Read more »
A recent review looks at how bioacoustics could be a useful approach for the surveillance of zoonotic diseases, especially at the… Read more »