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Assessment of drug efficacy of dihydroartemisinine - piperaquine and chloroquine in treatment for uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax malaria respectively in Central highland region (06/05/2018)

The parasite resistance to antimalarial drugs in Central highland of Vietnam is an early warning to us that we are losing the most optimal weapons fighting the malaria. The dihydroartemisin plus piperaquine combination and chloroquin, which was listed into the essential antimalarial drugs since 2007 in Vietnam, has been used for 10 years until resistance appears in some Southern, Central of Western highland provinces. The study was conducted to evaluate the first-line drugs' efficacy in the treatment of uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax patients in multicenters;


Move over malaria: Mosquitoes carrying Zika, dengue may thrive in warmer Africa (10/17/2017)

From deadly droughts and destroyed crops to shrinking water sources, communities across sub-Saharan Africa are struggling to withstand the o­nslaught of global record-breaking temperatures. But the dangers do not end there. Rising heat poses another threat - o­ne that is far less known and studied but could spark disease epidemics across the continent, scientists say.


Largest study of malaria gene function reveals many potential drug targets (07/24/2017)

Scientists discover that two thirds of the malaria parasite's genes are essential for normal growth, meaning there are many more possible drug targets than previously thought.


Mutant mosquitoes make insecticide-resistance monitoring key to controlling Zika (07/07/2017)

One of the most common insecticides used in the battle against the Aedes aegypti mosquito has no measurable impact when applied in communities where the mosquito has built up resistance to it, a study led by Emory University finds.


Malaria molecule makes blood extra-alluring to mosquitoes (02/23/2017)

Malaria parasites seduce mosquitoes o­n the sly. Plasmodium falciparum parasites produce a molecule that makes parasite-infected blood more attractive to malaria-transmitting mosquitoes, researchers report o­nline February 9 inScience. The insects slurp up this enticing meal, helping the parasite spread to new hosts.


 
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