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A new study by Oke et al. looks at a non-destructive way to measure Plasmodium parasites in mosquitoes over periods of time.
Krisztian Magori shares some of the news items he picked up recently about the WHO recommendation of new malaria and dengue… Read more »
In June 2023, concerning news of locally acquired malaria was reported in the US – the first such cases in twenty years. At the… Read more »
Mosquitoes use scent cues to locate humans to feed upon, but do some humans smell more appealing than others, and if so, why?
A new study in Malaria Journal examines the challenges of studying and preventing the disease in rural Cambodia and points to… Read more »
Researchers use socioeconomic and ecosystem degradation variables to improve the predictive accuracy of disease risk models for… Read more »
A team based in Burkino Faso show that Chromobacterium anophelis sp. nov. IRSSSOUMB001 – a bacterial strain native to the… Read more »
A recent review looks at how bioacoustics could be a useful approach for the surveillance of zoonotic diseases, especially at the… Read more »