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Oxitec mosquito works to control Aedes aegypti in dengue hotspot
The journal PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases has published the results of a trial of Oxitec's genetically engineered mosquitoes.
The sting in dengue's tail
Singapore scientists show how dengue virus evolves to spread more efficientlyIn a new Science study, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore (Duke-NUS) scientists have identified how small...
Found: Antibody that zaps resilient dengue serotype
One more piece and we are done! A research team led by the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore (Duke-NUS) has found the second-to-last piece of the puzzle needed to potentially cure or treat...
What's in your landscape? Plants can alter West Nile virus risk
A new study looks at how leaf litter in water influences the abundance of Culex pipiens mosquitoes, which can transmit West Nile virus to humans, domestic animals, birds and other wildlife.
Fish poisoning rates in Florida 'underestimated'
A new report has found that incidences of rare food-borne toxin are higher in Florida than previously estimated from public health reports.
Virus-carrying mosquitoes are more widespread than ever, and spreading
Scientists behind the first global distribution maps of two species of dengue and chikungunya-carrying mosquitoes warn they are spreading to new areas where they could cause disease.
First-ever possible treatments for MERS
Researchers identify 2 promising candidatesAs the South Korean epidemic of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) continues unabated, researchers have raced to find treatments for the deadly...
OU professor developing vaccine to protect global communities from malaria
A University of Oklahoma professor studying malaria mosquito interaction has discovered a new mosquito protein for the development of a new vaccine that is expected to stop the spread of the disease...
Experts cover MERS outbreak in American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine
An overview and analysis of the factors underlying the recent Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) outbreak in Korea has been published online ahead of print in the American...
More people in Florida sickened by toxin in tropical reef fish than previously reported
Public health records may significantly underestimate the number of people in Florida who are sickened by a rare, dangerous food-borne toxin carried by popular sport fish, including barracuda...
Tracking the genetic arms race between humans and mosquitoes
Scientists sequencing the genomes of mosquito populations demonstrate that strong evolutionary pressure drives the pests to adapt quickly to human influences on their local environmentEvery time...
New target identified for inhibiting malaria parasite invasion
A new study led by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health finds that a malaria parasite protein called calcineurin is essential for parasite invasion into red blood cells.
A high-tech approach to combat sleeping sickness and potentially other neglected diseases
Sleeping sickness, or African trypanosomiasis, is caused by trypanosome parasites transmitted by tsetse flies and threatens millions of people in sub-Saharan Africa.
Guinea: up to 62% of malaria cases 'overlooked during Ebola epidemic'
A new report in The Lancet suggests that confusion over Ebola and malaria symptoms led to 74,000 fewer malaria cases than expected being treated in Guinea during the Ebola crisis.
Prevention and early treatment of RMSF in Arizona may save millions by preventing premature death and disability
The mounting costs of an epidemic of Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) among several American Indian tribes in Arizona suggests that prevention and control efforts would be cost effective.
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