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Malaria represents one of the international community’s most pressing public health problems. The disease exacts an economic toll of roughly $12 billion a year in Africa. A vaccine is an ess...

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Why some people may not respond to the malaria vaccine

Generating protective immunity against the early liver stage of malaria infection is feasible but has been difficult to achieve in regions with high rates of malaria infection. Researchers at the Univ...

Scientists have mapped the genome of dangerous malaria vectors

(National Research Tomsk State University) Researchers have completed work on the physical mapping of the genome of one of the malaria vectors in Central and South America -- the malaria mosquito Anop...

Want to Survive Ebola? Perhaps Malaria Infection Can Help?

In 1927, Austrian physician Julius Wagner-Jauregg won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the therapeutic value of malaria inoculation in the treatment of dementia paralyt...

Researchers identify fungus that makes mosquitoes more susceptible to malaria infection

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have identified a fungus that compromises the immune system of mosquitoes, making them more susceptible to infection with the parasit...

Bird bugs shed new light on malaria infection

(Griffith University) A study into bird malaria could provide important clues about the causes of parasite co-infections in animals, including people.

Fungus makes mosquitoes much more likely to become infected with malaria

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have identified a fungus that compromises the immune system of mosquitoes, making them more susceptible to infection with the parasit...

The secret to stopping malaria lies in the liver

Australian scientists have identified a new type of immune cell that stays in the liver, guarding against malaria infection. Their study has been published in the journal Immunity and used to develop ...

Study of malaria rapid diagnostic tests in Uganda assesses scalability, identifies supply chain challenges

The World Health Organization estimates that nearly half of the world's population is at risk for malaria, a life-threatening, but ultimately curable and preventable disease spread by mosquitos.

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Geo-spatial factors associated with infection risk among young children in rural Ghana: a secondary spatial analysis.

Determining the spatial patterns of infection among young children living in a malaria-endemic area may provide a means of locating high-risk populations who could benefit from additional resources fo...

Heterologous Infection of Pregnant Mice Induces Low Birth Weight and Modifies Offspring Susceptibility to Malaria.

Pregnancy malaria (PM) is associated with poor pregnancy outcomes, and can arise due to relapse, recrudescence or a re-infection with heterologous parasites. We have used the Plasmodium chabaudi model...

Congenital Malaria due to Plasmodium Vivax Infection in a Neonate.

Although malaria is endemic in India, congenital malaria is not very common. Congenital malaria is a very rare condition in both endemic and nonendemic areas. We report a case of congenital malaria in...

Impact of In Utero Exposure to Malaria on Fetal T Cell Immunity.

Pregnancy-associated malaria, including placental malaria, causes significant morbidity and mortality worldwide. Recently, it has been suggested that in utero exposure of the fetus to malaria antigens...

Modulation of the immune response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis during Malaria/M. tuberculosis co-infection.

Tuberculosis (TB) causes significant morbidity and mortality on a global scale. The African region has 24% of the world TB cases. TB overlaps with other infectious diseases such as malaria and HIV whi...

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