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Zika treatable with existing drugs, says breakthrough study
Two drugs already approved for other reasons can stop Zika dividing in the body and causing the early fetal cell damage that leads to birth defects.
Zika experts: Acute virus infection associated with sensory polyneuropathy
A group of researchers from Honduras, Venezuela and the USA has described the first case of sensory polyneuropathy associated with acute Zika virus infection.
New types of African Salmonella associated with lethal infection
The first global-scale genetic study of Salmonella Enteritidis bacteria, which is a major cause of blood poisoning and death in Africa and food poisoning in the Western World, has discovered that...
Zika clone promises to assist vaccine development
Viruses are notoriously difficult to predict. A newly designed Zika clone might be the tool needed to produce a reliable vaccine and halt the pandemic.
New global migration mapping to help fight against infectious diseases
Geographers at the University of Southampton have completed a large scale data and mapping project to track the flow of internal human migration in low and middle income countries.
Investigators map genomes of three historically important Zika strains
A team of researchers from Utah State University, Logan, has characterized the consensus genome sequences of three historically important Zika virus strains.
Neural stem cells in adult mice also vulnerable to Zika
Zika infection kills off neural stem cells in adult mice bred to be vulnerable to the virus, researchers at the Rockefeller University and the La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology report...
Insecticide treatment of cattle to kill sand flies and combat leishmaniasis
With an estimated 500,000 human infections and 50,000 deaths annually, visceral leishmaniasis (VL) is the second most prevalent parasitic killer, behind malaria.
New enzyme-mapping advance could help drug development
Scientists at MIT and the University of São Paulo in Brazil have identified the structure of an enzyme that could be a good target for drugs combatting three diseases common in the developing...
A breakthrough in combating malaria with odour-baited trap for mosquitoes
Beating malaria without using insecticides is one step closer. By installing solar powered odour-baited traps next to traditional houses in Kenya, mosquito populations declined steeply and malaria...
Zika infection in pregnancy linked to joint deformities in newborns
New research in The BMJ suggests Zika infection in pregnancy may be linked to a condition called arthrogryposis, whereby joints are deformed at birth.
New drugs hope to fight neglected tropical diseases
Scientists say they are a step closer to providing effective treatments for three "neglected" diseases after making a chemical which can kill the parasites that cause the illnesses.
Infectious disease: Promising therapeutic target for three parasitic diseases
A drug candidate that can rid mice of the parasites that cause Chagas disease, leishmaniasis and sleeping sickness is reported online in Nature this week.
What Natural Mosquito Repellents Are Available?
Learn about natural options for mosquito repellents. This article also looks at standard mosquito repellents and reasons why mosquitoes should be avoided.
Malaria and toxoplasmosis have an Achilles heel from plants
To survive, the parasites responsible for malaria and toxoplasmosis depend on mechanisms inherited from the plant world.
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