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Genetically engineered mosquitoes in Panama pilot achieve over 90% control of the mosquito responsible for outbreaks of dengue fever and chikungunya
Oxitec and the Gorgas Institute in Panama have announced the result of the outdoor pilot of Oxitec OX513A, an engineered strain of the Aedes aegypti mosquito.
Research reveals how tropical parasite hijacks cells
Scientists have pinned down how a dangerous tropical parasite which is transmitted by ticks manages to turn healthy cells into cancer-like invasive cells, according to research published in Nature.
Exhaled carbon dioxide alerts malaria mosquito to human presence
While human odor guides malaria mosquitoes to human homes, once they take up residence, it is exhaled carbon dioxide that triggers them to land on skin for their next blood meal.
Ebola infection of humans linked to population density and vegetation cover
A new study suggests human population density and green vegetation cover in Ebola-affected African regions are factors in helping the virus spill over from animals to humans.
ISMB assessment enables recruitment of 2-5 year olds into Phase IIb trial for next-generation single-dose cure for malaria
An Independent Safety Monitoring Board (ISMB) has recommended that recruitment of patients aged 2-5 years can begin for the ongoing Phase IIb safety and efficacy trial of a single dose of the...
Important mechanism involved in production of mosquito eggs identified
Diseases transmitted by mosquitoes have contributed to the death and suffering of millions throughout human history, earning the mosquito the title as the world's most dangerous animal.
Suramin for sleeping sickness reverses autism-like symptoms in fragile X mouse model
Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) affect 1 to 2 percent of children in the United States. Hundreds of genetic and environmental factors have been shown to increase the risk of ASD.
Some combinations bed nets and vaccines may worsen malaria
Combining insecticide-treated bed nets with vaccines and other control measures may provide the best chance at eliminating malaria, which killed nearly 600,000 people worldwide in 2013, most of them...
Genetics underpinning antimalarial drug resistance revealed
Researchers have identified a series of mutations that could help to improve early detection of resistance to our most effective antimalarial drug.
Intermittent preventive antimalarial treatment for children with anaemia
Researchers from Tanzania and South Africa, who are part of the Cochrane Infectious Disease Group, hosted at LSTM, have conducted an independent review to assess the effect of intermittent...
Determining the best time of year for malaria interventions in Africa
New methods for analysing malaria transmission can estimate the best time of year to carry out campaigns such as mass drug treatment and spraying of houses with insecticide.
Human-human transmission and the role of super spreaders need to be considered in Lassa fever, Ebola
One in five cases of Lassa fever - a disease that kills around 5,000 people a year in West Africa - could be due to human-to-human transmission, with a large proportion of these cases caused by...
New study reveals crippling financial burden of leprosy
Households affected by leprosy face being pushed further into poverty as a result of loss of earnings and treatment costs, according to the first ever study of the economic burden of a common...
India launches massive public health campaign to eliminate lymphatic filariasis
India was certified polio-free in 2014. Today, the country has the opportunity to achieve its next public health victory with the elimination of lymphatic filariasis, a neglected tropical disease...
Quantal Dose Response Calculator created to screen drugs for schistosomiasis
For decades, scientists around the world have worked to develop a treatment for schistosomiasis, a debilitating water-born parasite that affects more than 200 million people worldwide.
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