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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.


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.


Genetic markers predict malaria treatment failure (11/28/2016)

Two studies recently published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases identified genic markers of Plasmodium falciparumthat are associated with resistance to the antimalarial drug piperaquine.


UT Scientists Identify Bacterial Genes that Could Lessen Severity of Malaria (11/03/2016)

UT researchers have identified a set of bacterial genes that may help them find ways to lessen the severity of the disease malaria.


Genome technology boosts malaria control efforts (07/14/2016)

Melbourne researchers are part of an international collaboration that has performed the first large-scale genomic analysis of P. vivax malaria infections.


 
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