Schistosomiasis is a parasitic infection that affects 200 million people and is directly responsible for an annual death of 20,000 patients. Here is the latest research.

January 16, 2022

Antischistosomal Tetrahydro-γ-carboline Sulfonamides.

Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters
Rongguo RenJonathan L Vennerstrom
January 15, 2022

Fungal allergic sensitisation in young rural Zimbabwean children: Gut mycobiome and seroreactivity characteristics.

Current Research in Microbial Sciences
Lorraine Tsitsi PfavayiFrancisca Mutapi
January 14, 2022

Comparative transcriptome profiles of Schistosoma japonicum larval stages: Implications for parasite biology and host invasion.

PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases
Shaoyun ChengWei Hu
January 14, 2022
Open Access

Schistosoma mansoni α-N-acetylgalactosaminidase (SmNAGAL) regulates coordinated parasite movement and egg production.

PLoS Pathogens
Benjamin J HulmeKarl F Hoffmann
January 13, 2022

Primary squamous cell carcinoma of the kidney in southern Senegal (Ziguinchor): case report and review of the literature.

The Pan African Medical Journal
Fabrice SenghorChérif Mohamed Moustapha Dial
January 13, 2022

A Mathematical Model of the Transmission Dynamics of Bovine Schistosomiasis with Contaminated Environment.

Acta Biotheoretica
Solomon KadalekaJean M Tchuenche
January 13, 2022

Antischistosomal Activity of Essential Oils: An Updated Review.

Chemistry & Biodiversity
Antonio CrottiThais Miller Oliveira
January 12, 2022
Open Access

Malacological and Parasitological Surveys on Ethiopian Rift Valley Lakes: Implications for Control and Elimination of Snail-Borne Diseases.

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Beekam Kebede OlkebaPeter L M Goethals
January 11, 2022
Open Access

Public Health Policy Pillars for the Sustainable Elimination of Zoonotic Schistosomiasis
Eva JanouškováJoaquín M. Prada
January 11, 2022

Promising antiparasitic agents from marine sponges.

Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences
Osama MostafaMahmoud Moustafa
January 11, 2022
Open Access

Proteomics Investigations of Potential Protein Biomarkers in Sera of Rabbits Infected With Schistosoma japonicum.

Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology
Nian-Nian BiKun Yang

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