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26.09.2022

1 Am J Trop Med Hyg
1 Clin Infect Dis
1 Immunity
4 Malar J
1 Nature
1 Parasite Immunol
1 PLoS Comput Biol
2 PLoS One
1 PLoS Pathog
1 Trends Parasitol


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    Am J Trop Med Hyg

  1. SHANNON KL, Shields T, Ahmed S, Rahman H, et al
    Temporal and Spatial Differences between Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Malaria Infections in the Chittagong Hill Districts, Bangladesh.
    Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2022 Sep 19. pii: tpmd210121. doi: 10.4269/ajtmh.21-0121.
    PubMed         Abstract available


    Clin Infect Dis

  2. WHALEN ME, Kajubi R, Goodwin J, Orukan F, et al
    The impact of extended treatment with artemether-lumefantrine on antimalarial exposure and reinfection risks in Ugandan children with uncomplicated malaria: A randomized controlled trial.
    Clin Infect Dis. 2022 Sep 20. pii: 6708265. doi: 10.1093.
    PubMed         Abstract available


    Immunity

  3. SATHER DN
    Freshly remodeled and ready to fight malaria.
    Immunity. 2022;55:1588-1590.
    PubMed         Abstract available


    Malar J

  4. BITTAYE SO, Jagne A, Jaiteh LE, Nadjm B, et al
    Clinical manifestations and outcomes of severe malaria in adult patients admitted to a tertiary hospital in the Gambia.
    Malar J. 2022;21:270.
    PubMed         Abstract available

  5. CHIUYA T, Villinger J, Falzon LC, Alumasa L, et al
    Molecular screening reveals non-uniform malaria transmission in western Kenya and absence of Rickettsia africae and selected arboviruses in hospital patients.
    Malar J. 2022;21:268.
    PubMed         Abstract available

  6. REDA AG, Messele A, Mohammed H, Assefa A, et al
    Temporal dynamics of Plasmodium falciparum population in Metehara, east-central Ethiopia.
    Malar J. 2022;21:267.
    PubMed         Abstract available

  7. ZHOU Z, Gimnig JE, Sergent SB, Liu Y, et al
    Temporal trends in molecular markers of drug resistance in Plasmodium falciparum in human blood and profiles of corresponding resistant markers in mosquito oocysts in Asembo, western Kenya.
    Malar J. 2022;21:265.
    PubMed         Abstract available


    Nature


  8. Seafood carbon footprint, malaria vaccine and a US health chief.
    Nature. 2022;609:659.
    PubMed        


    Parasite Immunol

  9. SMITH MR, Gbedande K, Johnson CM, Campbell LA, et al
    Model of severe malaria in young mice suggests unique response of CD4 T cells.
    Parasite Immunol. 2022 Sep 21:e12952. doi: 10.1111/pim.12952.
    PubMed         Abstract available


    PLoS Comput Biol

  10. IACOVIDOU MA, Barreaux P, Spencer SEF, Thomas MB, et al
    Omitting age-dependent mosquito mortality in malaria models underestimates the effectiveness of insecticide-treated nets.
    PLoS Comput Biol. 2022;18:e1009540.
    PubMed         Abstract available


    PLoS One

  11. ZELEKE MT, Gelaye KA, Yenesew MA
    Spatiotemporal variation of malaria incidence in parasite clearance interventions and non-intervention areas in the Amhara Regional State, Ethiopia.
    PLoS One. 2022;17:e0274500.
    PubMed         Abstract available

  12. FERNANDEZ MONTOYA L, Alafo C, Marti-Soler H, Maquina M, et al
    Overlaying human and mosquito behavioral data to estimate residual exposure to host-seeking mosquitoes and the protection of bednets in a malaria elimination setting where indoor residual spraying and nets were deployed together.
    PLoS One. 2022;17:e0270882.
    PubMed         Abstract available


    PLoS Pathog

  13. JEZEWSKI AJ, Guggisberg AM, Hodge DM, Ghebremichael N, et al
    GAPDH mediates drug resistance and metabolism in Plasmodium falciparum malaria parasites.
    PLoS Pathog. 2022;18:e1010803.
    PubMed         Abstract available


    Trends Parasitol

  14. BEI AK, Cordy RJ
    Optimizing Plasmodium vivax serological surveillance within a coendemic epidemiological landscape.
    Trends Parasitol. 2022;38:829-830.
    PubMed         Abstract available


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