Two members of a family of enzyme specific to malaria parasites have been found to be involved in the process of escape from a red blood cell and… Read more »
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Human Rights Day, a United Nations campaign that calls for people to know and push for their rights no matter where they are in the world, is… Read more »
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Are Ascaris lumbricoides and Ascaris suum the same, or two distinct species? Why is this a question for debate and why should we… Read more »
The S139N mutation in Zika M-protein has been found to increase severity of neurolovirulence, including microcephaly.
November 3rd is One Health Day, and it was initiated in 2016 to promote the One Health message of looking at planetary health as a… Read more »
Artemisinin and its derivatives are regarded as the most effective antimalaria drug available today. They are used as a standard… Read more »
We can no longer neglect health worker skills and capacity if we are to achieve sustainable progress against neglected tropical diseases
In the fight against neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) there has been remarkable progress in recent years. However, with many… Read more »
The fight against cardiovascular disease goes global this World Heart Day, 29th September 2017!
A lack of safe drinking water and sanitation are primary causes of diarrhea: highly prevalent in developing countries, it lead to… Read more »
The apicomplast, a Plasmodium-specific organelle, proves to be a promising target for a new anti-malaria drug