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Malaria remains a major cause of morbidity and mortality in the tropics, with the parasite Plasmodium falciparum responsible for the majority of the disease burden. Discover the latest research on Plasmodium falciparum.

Top 20 most recent papers
Malaria Journal

Correction to: The use of ultrasensitive quantitative-PCR to assess the impact of primaquine on asymptomatic relapse of Plasmodium vivax infections: a randomized, controlled trial in Lao PDR

Malaria JournalJanuary 23, 2020
Koukeo PhommasoneMayfong Mayxay
The Journal of Experimental Medicine

The Toxoplasma gondii virulence factor ROP16 acts in cis and trans, and suppresses T cell responses

The Journal of Experimental MedicineJanuary 22, 2020
Longfei ChenChristopher A Hunter
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Vaccine

Meeting report: WHO consultation on accelerating Lassa fever vaccine development in endemic countries, Dakar, 10-11 September 2019

VaccineJanuary 19, 2020
Kolawole SalamiVasee Moorthy
3
The Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy

Safety of high-dose ivermectin: a systematic review and meta-analysis

The Journal of Antimicrobial ChemotherapyJanuary 22, 2020
Miriam NavarroAlejandro Krolewiecki
6
Malaria Journal

Clustering of asymptomatic Plasmodium falciparum infection and the effectiveness of targeted malaria control measures

Malaria JournalJanuary 23, 2020
Jeffrey G ShafferDonald J Krogstad
BMC Infectious Diseases

Plasma levels of interleukin 27 in falciparum malaria is increased independently of co-infection with HIV: potential immune-regulatory role during malaria

BMC Infectious DiseasesJanuary 23, 2020
Kari OtterdalPål Aukrust
PloS One

Design and assessment of TRAP-CSP fusion antigens as effective malaria vaccines

PloS OneJanuary 23, 2020
Chafen LuTimothy A Springer
Malaria Journal

Optimal timing of primaquine to reduce Plasmodium falciparum gametocyte carriage when co-administered with artemether-lumefantrine

Malaria JournalJanuary 23, 2020
Seif ShekalagheSalim Abdulla
Médecine et maladies infectieuses

Management and prevention of imported malaria. 2018 update of the 2007 French clinical guidelines

Médecine et maladies infectieusesJanuary 23, 2020
O BouchaudC Strady
Archives of Disease in Childhood

Clinical features and aetiology of cerebral palsy in children from Cross River State, Nigeria

Archives of Disease in ChildhoodJanuary 22, 2020
Roseline DukeRichard Bowman
Immunity, Inflammation and Disease

Identification and characterization of protective CD8+ T-epitopes in a malaria vaccine candidate SLTRiP

Immunity, Inflammation and DiseaseJanuary 23, 2020
Afshana QuadiriAgam P Singh
Malaria Journal

Late clinical failure associated with cytochrome b codon 268 mutation during treatment of falciparum malaria with atovaquone-proguanil in traveller returning from Congo

Malaria JournalJanuary 23, 2020
Laurencie MassambaBruno Pradines
International Journal of Molecular Sciences

The Subtilisin-Like Protease Bcser2 Affects the Sclerotial Formation, Conidiation and Virulence of Botrytis cinerea

International Journal of Molecular SciencesJanuary 23, 2020
Xinqiang LiuJiasen Cheng
Malaria Journal

Improving the performance of spray operators through monitoring and evaluation of insecticide concentrations of pirimiphos-methyl during indoor residual spraying for malaria control on Bioko Island

Malaria JournalJanuary 23, 2020
Godwin FuseiniGuillermo A García
BMC Research Notes

Renal detection of Plasmodium falciparum, Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium knowlesi in malaria associated acute kidney injury: a retrospective case-control study

BMC Research NotesJanuary 22, 2020
Charandeep KaurPragyan Acharya
bioRxiv

Beyond Slam: the DUF560 family outer membrane protein superfamily SPAM has distinct network subclusters that suggest a role in non-lipidated substrate transport and bacterial environmental adaptation

bioRxivJanuary 21, 2020
Terra J. MauerHeidi Goodrich-Blair
bioRxiv

Phosphorylation Dependent Assembly of a 14-3-3 Mediated Signaling Complex During Red Blood Cell Invasion by Plasmodium falciparum Merozoites

bioRxivJanuary 20, 2020
Kunal R. MoreChetan E. Chitnis
Infection and Immunity

Peripheral merozoite surface proteins are targets of naturally acquired immunity against malaria both in India and in Ghana

Infection and ImmunityJanuary 23, 2020
Asier Garcia-SenosiainMichael Theisen
Journal of Natural Products

Orthoscuticellines A-E, β-Carboline Alkaloids from the Bryozoan Orthoscuticella ventricosa Collected in Australia

Journal of Natural ProductsJanuary 22, 2020
Guy KleksAnthony R Carroll
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Malaria Journal

'We spray and walk away': wall modifications decrease the impact of indoor residual spray campaigns through reductions in post-spray coverage

Malaria JournalJanuary 19, 2020
Mercy A Opiyo, Krijn P Paaijmans
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