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Ebola virus protein offers potential drug target
An Ebola protein that is key to virus replication has a unique and unusual structure not seen in other human viral diseases. Researchers suggest it could be a new drug target.
To increase transmission, malaria parasites sense and react to mosquito presence
Many pathogens are transmitted by insect bites. The abundance of vectors (as the transmitting insects are called) depends on seasonal and other environmental fluctuations.
Massive global response needed to tackle ebola
The current Ebola outbreak now requires a "rapid response at a massive global scale", according to experts at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
Vigilance will keep Australian Ebola risk small
The risk of Ebola virus appearing in Australia remains small but continued vigilance and good infection control are critical to keeping it that way, according to a perspective published in the...
New research analyzing transmission rates of Ebola in West African countries shows rapid spread
New research from Arizona State University and the University of Tokyo that analyzes transmission rates of Ebola in West African countries shows how rapidly the disease is spreading.
Discovery of a weakness in malaria parasite fats could lead to new treatments
A new study has revealed a weak spot in the complex life cycle of malaria, which could be exploited to prevent the spread of the deadly disease.
Malaria parasites sense and react to mosquito presence to increase transmission
Many pathogens are transmitted by insect bites. The abundance of vectors (as the transmitting insects are called) depends on seasonal and other environmental fluctuations.
DNA region controlling red blood cell invasion holds genetic key to malaria in chimpanzees
A genetic region responsible for red blood cell invasion was among a small number of areas found to differ between the genomes of malaria parasites that affect chimpanzees and Plasmodium falciparum...
When distributing bed nets from clinics in malaria endemic regions, pregnant women should be prioritized
Donors, Ministries of Health, implementing agencies, and other partners should prioritise providing pregnant women in malaria endemic regions with long-lasting insecticide treated nets (LLINs)...
'1 in 5 chance' Ebola will spread to the US by the end of September
Experts consider it likely that isolated cases of Ebola will appear in the US, with a 20% likelihood of it happening before the end of this month.
The search for Ebola immune response targets
The effort to develop therapeutics and a vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus disease (EVD) requires a complex understanding of the microorganism and its relationship within the host, especially...
Mathematical tool could help emergency services deal with Ebola, pandemics
An evolutionary analysis of public health data during a major disease outbreak, such as bird flu, E.
More people testing positive for Chikungunya virus in the U.S., finds study at ICAAC 2014
A growing number of patients in the United States are being tested - and testing positive - for the mosquito-borne Chikungunya virus, according to a study presented at the Interscience Conference...
New vaccine regimens provide rapid and durable protection against Ebola virus
One shot of an experimental vaccine made from two Ebola virus gene segments incorporated into a chimpanzee cold virus vector (called chimp adenovirus type 3 or ChAd3) protected all four macaque...
Why humans don't suffer from chimpanzee malaria: DNA region controlling red blood cell invasion holds genetic key to infection
The DNA region controlling red-blood-cell invasion holds the genetic key to human malaria infection, according to new research.
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