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How open source could help malaria treatment

How open source could help malaria treatment | malaria news | Scoop.it
In open source drug discovery all data and ideas are freely and immediately shared, and anyone may participate at any level. (Open source in drug research.
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Cuba Human Rights: Cubans court controversy in malaria battle

Cuba Human Rights: Cubans court controversy in malaria battle | malaria news | Scoop.it
Malaria vaccine trial in Tanzania©AP Half a century after Cuba despatched military ... drugs. The Cubans are instead pushing bacterial larvicides, which destroy the eggs laid by mosquitoes in stagnant water, preventing their reproduction and spread.
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Scientists modifying mosquitoes to prevent dengue | Vaccine News ...

Scientists modifying mosquitoes to prevent dengue | Vaccine News ... | malaria news | Scoop.it
With no vaccine or drugs to prevent or treat dengue, the approach could be an effective option to limit infections, Bloomberg reports. “It is a promising technology,” James Logan, a lecturer at the London School of Hygiene and ...
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Boost for Qld to fight malaria « Give me watch, Give me latest news

Swiss nonprofit Medecins for Malaria has given $500000 to the Queensland Institute of Medical Research (QIMR) to expand its trials of vaccines for the deadly mosquito-borne disease. Malaria kills ...
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Drug-Resistant Malaria Threatens Effort to Control Disease - Voice of America

Drug-Resistant Malaria Threatens Effort to Control Disease - Voice of America | malaria news | Scoop.it
Drug-Resistant Malaria Threatens Effort to Control DiseaseVoice of AmericaHistorically, we have seen that when resistance to chloroquine [another anti-malaria drug] spread, there was an increase in mortality due to malaria.
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From Science Fiction to Ecologic Nightmares: Novel Methods of ...

From Science Fiction to Ecologic Nightmares: Novel Methods of ... | malaria news | Scoop.it
As a viral, infectious disease that causes 50 to 100 million infections per year, dengue fever is considered one of the most aggressive mosquito-borne human pathogens in the world.3.
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New Test for Malaria Could Make Diagnosis Faster, Simpler and Cheaper - Voice of America

New Test for Malaria Could Make Diagnosis Faster, Simpler and Cheaper - Voice of America | malaria news | Scoop.it
New Test for Malaria Could Make Diagnosis Faster, Simpler and CheaperVoice of AmericaApril 22, 2012 New Test for Malaria Could Make Diagnosis Faster, Simpler and Cheaper Naomi Seck Getting a diagnosis quickly means getting treatment fast – and that...
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ONE | Malaria: From folk myths to modern medicine

ONE | Malaria: From folk myths to modern medicine | malaria news | Scoop.it
Stay tuned to the ONE Blog this week for more stories like these for World Malaria Day. I grew up in an environment where mishaps, including illnesses, were attributed to mysterious forces, supernatural beings, and local ...
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UN envoy calls for collaborative approach to accelerate fight against malaria - UN News Centre

UN envoy calls for collaborative approach to accelerate fight against malaria - UN News Centre | malaria news | Scoop.it
UN News CentreUN envoy calls for collaborative approach to accelerate fight against malariaUN News CentreInsecticide-treated bed nets are crucial in the fight against malaria.
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Multiple drug resistance of parasite, a major challenge to control -Experts - Daily Sun

Multiple drug resistance of parasite, a major challenge to control -ExpertsDaily SunThe high mutation of plasmodium has been a big issue in treating malaria and developing a malaria vaccine,” Enabulele said.
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Bugs That Transmit 'Silent Killer' Are Biting More in U.S.: Scientific American

Bugs That Transmit 'Silent Killer' Are Biting More in U.S.: Scientific American | malaria news | Scoop.it
A Chagas disease epidemic is not likely in North America, but kissing bug bites do cause severe allergic reactions for some victims...
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NIH grantees find dengue affects genes, function of mosquito ...

NIH grantees find dengue affects genes, function of mosquito ... | malaria news | Scoop.it
There is no vaccine or drug treatment for dengue. The only way to prevent infection is to avoid being bitten by Aedes mosquitoes, which can carry the virus in their salivary glands. The Hopkins researchers sought to learn how ...
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Artemisinin-resistant untreatable malaria ... - Medical Xpress

Artemisinin-resistant untreatable malaria ... - Medical Xpress | malaria news | Scoop.it
Evidence that the most deadly species of malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum, is becoming resistant to the front line treatment for malaria on the border of Thailand and Myanmar (Burma) is reported in The Lancet today.
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NIH notes progress against malaria on World Malaria Day 2012 ...

NIH notes progress against malaria on World Malaria Day 2012 ... | malaria news | Scoop.it
NIAID's research portfolio includes an array of projects aimed at better understanding the disease process and finding new and improved ways to diagnose and treat people with malaria, control the mosquitoes that spread it, and prevent malaria ...
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Malaria drug resistance spreading | Lancastria.net Yea Blackburn ...

Malaria drug resistance spreading | Lancastria.net Yea Blackburn ... | malaria news | Scoop.it
Scientists have found new evidence that resistance to the front-line treatments for malaria is increasing. They have ...
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Dengue fever affecting nearly $40 million in US territory of Puerto Rico: Study - pharmabiz.com

Vaccine News DailyDengue fever affecting nearly $40 million in US territory of Puerto Rico: Studypharmabiz.comAs public health experts warn that the spread of dengue fever could prove more costly globally and cause more sickness than even malaria.
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NigeriansTalk – People Still Die of Malaria in 2012?

NigeriansTalk – People Still Die of Malaria in 2012? | malaria news | Scoop.it
One of the challenges faced in the journey of eradicating malaria is this – the Plasmodium parasite has, over the years, showed it awesome ability to develop resistance to drugs and insecticides. The toxicity of drugs is also a major ...
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Researchers Suspect The Best Mosquito Repellent May Be The ...

Malaria medications may make mosquitoes more susceptible to a variety of insecticides while having the effect of making them more resistant to other ones, suggests new research by organic pest control experts.
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MALARIA.com - World Malaria Day 2012

MALARIA.com - World Malaria Day 2012 | malaria news | Scoop.it
The day was established to provide education and understanding of malaria and disseminate information on malaria-control strategies, including community-based activities for malaria prevention and treatment in endemic areas.
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World Malaria Day brings hopes - and sighs - Pasadena Star-News

World Malaria Day brings hopes - and sighsPasadena Star-NewsIn the tropics, however, malaria continued to sicken and kill despite major blows by DDT and a drug called chloroquine. Then natural selection went to work.
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H5N1: Kenya: Fears of new malaria breakout in Nyanza

H5N1: Kenya: Fears of new malaria breakout in Nyanza | malaria news | Scoop.it
"We are working with the Kenya Medical Research Institute and CDC (US Centre for Disease Control) to see why malaria remains high in the Lake region," he said yesterday. Africa has more than 140 species of anopheles ...
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Boost for Qld to fight malaria - Ninemsn

Boost for Qld to fight malaria - Ninemsn | malaria news | Scoop.it
Boost for Qld to fight malariaNinemsnSwiss nonprofit Medecins for Malaria has given $500000 to the Queensland Institute of Medical Research (QIMR) to expand its trials of vaccines for the deadly mosquito-borne disease.
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Fighting Malaria Is a Full Time Job - Huffington Post (blog)

Fighting Malaria Is a Full Time Job - Huffington Post (blog) | malaria news | Scoop.it
Fighting Malaria Is a Full Time JobHuffington Post (blog)... medical research facilities in the world as scientists look, ultimately, for a vaccine.
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“Malaria Parasites” ed. by Omolade O. Okwa | Download Ebooks Free

“Malaria Parasites” ed. by Omolade O. Okwa | Download Ebooks Free | malaria news | Scoop.it
2 Biology of Malaria Parasites. Part 2 Malaria Vector Research. 3 Proteomics of Anopheles gambiae. 4 Facing Malaria Parasite with Mosquito Symbionts. Part 3 Malaria Parasite Research. 5 Intraerythrocytic Plasmodium falciparum Growth in ...
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Dengue Virus Changes Mosquitoes' Immune System - Laboratory Equipment

Dengue Virus Changes Mosquitoes' Immune System - Laboratory Equipment | malaria news | Scoop.it
Dengue Virus Changes Mosquitoes' Immune SystemLaboratory EquipmentMosquitoes infected with dengue virus experience an array of changes in the activity of genes and associated functions of their salivary glands, and these changes may lead to increased...
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Drug-resistant malaria spreading rapidly in Cambodia, Myanmar ...

Drug-resistant malaria spreading rapidly in Cambodia, Myanmar ... | malaria news | Scoop.it
Deadly malaria that is resistant to drug treatment has spread rapidly to the border between Thailand and Myanmar, raising concerns of an uncontrollable epidemic, scientists said Thursday. A pair of ...
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