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Fixing nets to ceilings trims malaria in children: experts
Tanzania Citizen

Fixing nets to ceilings trims malaria in children: experts

Nagasaki. Researchers from Nagasaki University's Institute of Tropical Medicine have successfully developed a new way of using mosquito nets that can save the lives of millions of children across East Africa and the tropical region as a whole. ... Tanzania Citizen, 1 month ago
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Avian malaria hitting bird numbers? IISc probes

BENGALURU: IF malaria affects millions of people every year then how does it affect birds - from where does it spread to bats, different mammals and then finally man? Recent research studies have shown that malaria infects wild populations of ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Researchers begin promising malaria vaccine trial in Burkina Faso  Pharmacy Choice1 month ago Phase 1 hearing to inspect efficiency of earnest malaria vaccine in Burkina Faso  HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago Phase 1 trial to examine efficacy of promising malaria vaccine in Burkina Faso  News-Medical.Net1 month ago
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Asian Scientist

Drug-resistant malaria strain contained in Asia: scientists

A parasite resistant to the top anti-malaria drug is confined to Southeast Asia and has not yet spread to sub-Saharan Africa as feared, said researchers Wednesday. jarun011/Istock.com Scientists confirmed the containment by conducting the ...
 Balita1 month ago Southeast Asia Is Ground Zero For Artemisinin Resistance, According To Map  Asian Scientist1 month ago Drug-resistant malaria strain confined to Asia: scientists  Japan Today1 month ago Drug resistance: A dent in the anti-malaria armour  The Hindu2 months ago
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Siasat Daily

Genomic techniques help scientists understand diversity of P.vivax parasites

While most malaria research has focused on the parasite Plasmodium falciparum , which is common in Africa, another parasite, Plasmodium vivax (P.vivax) is responsible for the majority of malaria infections outside this region, causing an estimated ...
 News-Medical.Net1 month ago Gene sequences reveal global variations in malaria parasites  EurekAlert!1 month ago Global variations in malaria parasites revealed  Siasat Daily1 month ago

Research reveals new odour-baited mosquito traps can reduce spread of malaria

Recent research has shown that the use of a newly developed mosquito trap incorporated with human odour resulted in a 70% reduction in the total population of the most fatal malaria mosquito on the island of Rusinga, Kenya. Led by Professor ...
 CPhI.cn1 week ago

Scholarships open to College teachers, graduates

NEGROS OCC., Aug. 6(PIA6) --The Philippine California Advanced Research Institute,P CARI, is inviting students faculty and staff of colleges and universities in the Negros Island Region to apply for scholarship in the United States. Kristianne ...
 Philippine Information Agency2 weeks ago

Associations between malaria and local and global climate variability in five regions in Papua New Guinea

Imai et al. Tropical Medicine and Health Associations between malaria and local and global climate variability in five regions in Papua New Guinea Chisato Imai 0 1 Hae-Kwan Cheong 2 Ho Kim 6 Yasushi Honda 5 Jin-Hee Eum 2 Clara T. Kim 6 Jin Seob Kim ...
 Paperity3 weeks ago
HealthMediciNet.com

Southwest National Primate Research Center at Texas Biomed receives $40 million NIH grant

Home » Health » / no comments SAN ANTONIO (August 4, 2016) The Southwest National Primate Research Center (SNPRC) at Texas Biomedical Research Institute (Texas Biomed) was awarded more than $40 million for a National Institutes of Health ...
 HealthMediciNet.com3 weeks ago Pitt researchers solve mystery on how regenerative medicine works  HealthMediciNet.com4 weeks ago Researchers develop new approach for visualizing oxygen in tissue  HealthMediciNet.com4 weeks ago Researchers discover genetic changes in MSH3 gene in patients with hereditary colon cancer  HealthMediciNet.com4 weeks ago

Assessing the effective use of mosquito nets in the prevention of malaria in some parts of Mezam division, Northwest Region Cameroon

Ntonifor and Veyufambom Malar J Assessing the effective use ofmosquito nets inthe prevention ofmalaria insome parts ofMezam division, Northwest Region Cameroon Ngum Helen Ntonifor 0 Serophine Veyufambom 1 0 Department of Biological Sciences, ...
 Paperity3 weeks ago
OnMedicanet

UCT's Drug Discovery and Development Centre, H3D, identifies a second potent anti-malarial candidate

The University of Cape Town (UCT)'s Drug Discovery and Development Centre, H3D, has identified a new potent anti-malarial development candidate with potential for both treatment and prevention of malaria. The compound, referred to as UCT943, is the ...
 Health Systems Trust4 weeks ago Anti-malaria drug could help fight tumours  OnMedicanet1 month ago Anti-malaria drug could make tumours easier to treat  Cancer Research UK1 month ago
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