Plasmodium Falciparum

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.

January 21, 2022
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Quantifying the direct and indirect protection provided by insecticide treated bed nets against malaria

MedRxiv : the Preprint Server for Health Sciences
H Juliette T UnwinA. Ghani
January 21, 2022
Preprint
Open Access

Xeno-monitoring of molecular drivers of artemisinin and partner drug resistance in P. falciparum populations in malaria vectors across Cameroon

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Nkemngo Francis NongleyC. S. Wondji
January 21, 2022
Open Access

A decade of travel-associated malaria at King Fahad Hospital of the University in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.

Scientific Reports
Ashwaq AlanaziAyman A El-Badry
January 21, 2022
Open Access

Adult Anopheles Mosquito Distribution at a Low and High Malaria Transmission Site in Tanzania.

BioMed Research International
David Zadock Munisi, Mary Mathew Mathania
January 21, 2022

Prevalence and diversity of haemosporidians in a migratory high-elevation hummingbird in North America.

Parasitology Research
Adrienne M MackenzieHolly B Ernest
January 21, 2022

Structures of plasmepsin X from P. falciparum reveal a novel inactivation mechanism of the zymogen and molecular basis for binding of inhibitors in mature enzyme.

Protein Science : a Publication of the Protein Society
Pooja KesariPrasenjit Bhaumik
January 21, 2022
Review
Open Access

Impact of Drug Pressure versus Limited Access to Drug in Malaria Control: The Dilemma.

Medicines
Chinedu Ogbonnia EgwuSunday Elom
January 21, 2022

α-Synuclein Aggregation Inhibitory Prunolides and a Dibrominated β-Carboline Sulfamate from the Ascidian Synoicum prunum.

Journal of Natural Products
Darren C HollandAnthony R Carroll
January 21, 2022
Review

Fluid therapy for severe malaria.

The Lancet Infectious Diseases
Laura C KalkmanMartin P Grobusch
January 21, 2022

A dynamic and combinatorial histone code drives malaria parasite asexual and sexual development.

Molecular & Cellular Proteomics : MCP
Hilde von GrüningLyn-Marie Birkholtz
January 20, 2022
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Open Access

CDC50 orthologues in Plasmodium falciparum have distinct roles in merozoite egress and trophozoite maturation

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
A. PatelDavid A Baker
January 20, 2022

Parasite co-infection: an ecological, molecular and experimental perspective.

Proceedings. Biological Sciences
Frank VenterEleanor Silvester

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