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Articles published in Int J Parasitol

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    November 2021
  1. DOOLAN DL
    Malaria research in Australia: looking through the lens of the past towards the future.
    Int J Parasitol. 2021 Nov 12. pii: S0020-7519(21)00311.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    October 2021
  2. BRANDSMA AM, Hilmer C, Rauch M, Matuschewski K, et al
    Plasmodium early transcribed membrane proteins appear tailored to the host range of malaria parasites.
    Int J Parasitol. 2021 Oct 26. pii: S0020-7519(21)00293.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    August 2021
  3. ABDULRAHEEM MA, Ernest M, Ugwuanyi I, Abkallo HM, et al
    High prevalence of plasmodium malariae and plasmodium ovale in co-infections with plasmodium falciparum in asymptomatic malaria parasite carriers in southwestern nigeria.
    Int J Parasitol. 2021 Aug 11. pii: S0020-7519(21)00239.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    May 2021
  4. DOUSSANG D, Sallaberry-Pincheira N, Cabanne GS, Lijtmaer DA, et al
    Specialist versus generalist parasites: the interactions between host diversity, environment and geographic barriers in avian malaria.
    Int J Parasitol. 2021 May 24. pii: S0020-7519(21)00179.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    March 2021
  5. PIRAHMADI S, Zakeri S, Djadid ND, Mehrizi AA, et al
    A review of combination adjuvants for malaria vaccines: a promising approach for vaccine development.
    Int J Parasitol. 2021 Mar 30. pii: S0020-7519(21)00117.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  6. CHATURVEDI R, Chhibber-Goel J, Verma I, Gopinathan S, et al
    Geographical spread and structural basis of sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine drug-resistant malaria parasites.
    Int J Parasitol. 2021 Mar 25. pii: S0020-7519(21)00113.
    PubMed     Abstract available


  7. FECCHIO A, Lima MR, Bell JA, Schunck F, et al
    Loss of forest cover and host functional diversity increases prevalence of avian malaria parasites in the Atlantic Forest.
    Int J Parasitol. 2021 Mar 12. pii: S0020-7519(21)00093.
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  8. POSAYAPISIT N, Pengon J, Prommana P, Shoram M, et al
    Transgenic pyrimethamine-resistant plasmodium falciparum reveals transmission-blocking potency of P218, a novel antifolate candidate drug.
    Int J Parasitol. 2021 Mar 10. pii: S0020-7519(21)00086.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    December 2020
  9. KAYODE AT, Akano K, Ajogbasile FV, Uwanibe JN, et al
    Polymorphisms in Plasmodium falciparum chloroquine resistance transporter (Pfcrt) and multidrug-resistant gene 1 (Pfmdr-1) in Nigerian children 10 years post-adoption of artemisinin-based combination treatments.
    Int J Parasitol. 2020 Dec 23. pii: S0020-7519(20)30318.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    August 2020
  10. NGO-THANH H, Sasaki T, Suzue K, Yokoo H, et al
    Blood-cerebrospinal fluid barrier: another site disrupted during experimental cerebral malaria caused by Plasmodium berghei ANKA.
    Int J Parasitol. 2020 Aug 31. pii: S0020-7519(20)30247.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    July 2020
  11. BOMPARD A, Da DF, Yerbanga SR, Morlais I, et al
    High Plasmodium infection intensity in naturally infected malaria vectors in Africa.
    Int J Parasitol. 2020 Jul 15. pii: S0020-7519(20)30182.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    March 2020
  12. DANS MG, Weiss GE, Wilson DW, Sleebs BE, et al
    Screening the Medicines for Malaria Venture Pathogen Box for invasion and egress inhibitors of the blood stage of Plasmodium falciparum reveals several inhibitory compounds.
    Int J Parasitol. 2020 Mar 2. pii: S0020-7519(20)30033.
    PubMed     Abstract available


    May 2019
  13. SCHNEIDER P, Babiker HA, Gadalla AAH, Reece SE, et al
    Evolutionary sex allocation theory explains sex ratios in natural Plasmodium falciparum infections.
    Int J Parasitol. 2019 May 30. pii: S0020-7519(19)30133.
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