Deepa K Pindolia et al | 05 Nov 2013 | Malaria Journal
The quantification of parasite movements can provide valuable information for control strategy planning across all transmission intensities.
None | 23 Oct 2013 | The Journal of Infectious Diseases
Parasite clearance time after artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT) may be increasing in Asian and African settings. The association between parasite clearance following ACT and transmissibility is currently unknown.
Geoffrey AT Targett et al | 11 Oct 2013 | Malaria Journal
The WHO Malaria Advisory Committee (MALVAC) provides advice to WHO on strategic priorities, activities and technical issues related to global efforts to develop vaccines against malaria.
Olga Agudelo et al | 23 Sep 2013 | Malaria Journal
The frequency of pregnancy-associated malaria is increasingly being documented in American countries.
Dana K Loll et al | 22 Sep 2013 | Malaria Journal
Procurement and distribution of long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) in the African region has decreased from 145 million in 2010 to 66 million nets in 2012.
Lies Durnez et al | 20 Sep 2013 | Malaria Journal
Despite progress in malaria control, malaria remains an important public health concern in Cambodia, mostly linked to forested areas.
Megan Littrell et al | 20 Sep 2013 | Malaria Journal
Given progress in malaria control in recent years, many control programmes in sub-Saharan Africa will soon be required to strengthen systems for surveillance in order to further drive transmission to zero.
Edith Patouillard et al | 05 Sep 2013 | Malaria Journal
There is increased interest in using commercial providers for improving access to quality malaria treatment.
Sean M Griffing et al | 30 Aug 2013 | Malaria Journal
Malaria has been part of Peruvian life since at least the 1500s.
John M Marshall et al | 23 Aug 2013 | Malaria Journal
Current vector control strategies focus largely on indoor measures, such as long-lasting insecticide treated nets (LLINs) and indoor residual spraying (IRS); however mosquitoes frequently feed on sugar sources outdoors, inviting the possibility of novel control strategies.