A new study by Oke et al. looks at a non-destructive way to measure Plasmodium parasites in mosquitoes over periods of time.
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A new tool for counting mosquito eggs developed by Javed et al. shows the potential applications AI can have in parasitology research.
A new review in the journal Infectious Diseases of Poverty takes a look at papers examining the effect climate change will have on infectious diseases.
A new study in Malaria Journal examines the challenges of studying and preventing the disease in rural Cambodia and points to participatory approaches as… Read more »
In a new study by Doi et al., the authors detected an eyeworm in invasive raccoons from the Kanto region of Japan.