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Malaria Journal, published by , is an open access forum bringing together knowledge from all aspects of malarial research.
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A cluster of the first reported Plasmodium ovale spp. infections in Peru occuring among returning UN peace-keepers, a review of epidemiology, prevention and diagnostic challenges in nonendemic regions
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Malaria Journal May 21
The current distribution and characterization of the L1014F resistance allele of the kdr gene in three malaria vectors (Anopheles gambiae, Anopheles coluzzii, Anopheles arabiensis) in Benin (West Africa)
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Malaria Journal May 21
Patterns of Plasmodium homocircumflexum virulence in experimentally infected passerine birds
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MSF Science May 19
Does anthropometric status at 6 months predict the over-dispersion of malaria infections in children aged 6–18 months?
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Malaria Journal May 16
Malaria impact on cognitive function of children in a peri-urban community in the Brazilian Amazon
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WIN Network May 14
Looking for a 🧐? in French Guiana 🇬🇫is recruiting a postdoctoral fellow in resistance. Apply before May 31. Learn more at
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Scott E. Lindner May 14
We've hired a great post-doc, and we're looking for more! We focus on transmission stages of the malaria parasite and how they become/remain prepared for the obstacles they face. See our PPATH paper () and for more info. Please RT!
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Malaria Must Die May 14
International work saved over 3 million lives from in the last decade, which called "the greatest success story in global health". Progress - but now, cases are creeping back up. Go to to tell leaders to keep up the fight.
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Malaria Journal May 14
Severe malaria management: current situation, challenges and lessons learned from Gezira State, Sudan
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Malaria Journal May 14
A case of Plasmodium malariae recurrence: recrudescence or reinfection?
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Malaria Journal May 14
Correction to: Frozen blood clots can be used for the diagnosis of distinct Plasmodium species in man and non-human primates from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
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MSF LuxOR May 9
Here's the poster on their qualitative research study exploring prevention & treatment in !
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MSF LuxOR May 10
Do you know how many people die of every year? 400,000-500,000. This Days presentation describes indoor household use of attractive toxic sugar baits (ATSBs) as a vector control tool in . Data suggests ATSBs may help reduce the mosquito pop. in households!
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MSF Innovation May 10
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Malaria Journal May 10
We would love to hear more about this here at
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MSF LuxOR May 10
Coming up next at Days - Let’s get physical: in a material world. We’ll hear about toxic sugar baits for vectors, using the to power , development of a transportable lab, & a gravity-fed facility!
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Global Health Window May 10
Did you receive our research newsletter for MSF Scientific Days? If not, you can sign up to receive future news and article alerts from your favorite journals here
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Global Health Window May 10
We’re back for day 2 of – watch online as showcases innovative solutions to field problems
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Malaria Journal May 9
Malaria prevention in the city of Yaoundé: knowledge and practices of urban dwellers
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Malaria Journal May 9
Autodissemination of pyriproxyfen suppresses stable populations of Anopheles arabiensis under semi-controlled settings
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