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Jul 22, 2022 | 16:05 pm
Rainfall, temperature and ocean-warming affect mosquito breeding and the viral diseases they spread - study.
Jun 9, 2022 | 01:57 am
A molecule in mosquito spit has been identified as a potential new target for vaccination against a range of diseases for which there is no protection or medicine.
World Malaria Day 2022: How the knockdown of P. falciparum RAP01 and RAP21 proteins could lead to novel antimalarial therapeuticsApr 25, 2022 | 13:08 pm
As part of World Malaria Day 2022, we interview Karine Le Roch PH.D., about her latest research into how novel antimalarial therapeutic strategies could be on the horizon, after identifying two proteins that are critical to the survival of the malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum.
Apr 22, 2022 | 18:58 pm
Sri Lanka's acute economic crisis has begun to tell on its health care system with critical medicines running out for want of hard currency to import supplies, experts say.
Mar 30, 2022 | 21:56 pm
Scientists at the University of California San Diego are hard at work on new genetic technologies intended for use in curbing mosquito populations, fighting the spread of malaria and mitigating the hazards associated with the deployment of gene-editing systems in the wild.
Certain flavonoids inhibit an enzyme involved in the formation of key hormone in yellow fever mosquitoFeb 18, 2022 | 03:24 am
When most people think of flavonoids, natural compounds found in plants and other organisms, their nutritional benefits probably come to mind first.
Evidence antibodies targeting HCoV-OC43 are robustly boosted in response to SARS-CoV-2 but not vaccinationNov 2, 2021 | 01:28 am
The magnitude of cross-reactive antibodies correlated well with responses to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein and the S2 subdomain.
Sep 12, 2021 | 01:43 am
Leveraging advancements in CRISPR-based genetic engineering, researchers at the University of California San Diego have created a new system that restrains populations of mosquitoes that infect millions each year with debilitating diseases.
Aug 24, 2021 | 04:12 am
Mosquitos spread viruses that cause potentially deadly diseases such as Zika, dengue fever and yellow fever. New U.S. Army-funded research uses gene editing to render certain male mosquitoes infertile and slow the spread of these diseases.
Aug 15, 2021 | 04:11 am
The Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University has brought out a quick, inexpensive, and easy-to-use leptospirosis test strip kit to help lower the risk of disability from internal organ failure and death, with the hopes of distributing them to community hospitals across the country.