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April 8, 2019 - 14:17 -- Malaria Minute

Keeping you up to date with the latest malaria news

Fight Malaria uses the power of podcasting to connect the dots between the global efforts to eradicate malaria. The Malaria Minute podcastbrings global malaria news to you in 60 seconds. The Five Minutes podcast highlight people fighting malaria on the forefront.

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Podcast: Serological Tests for P. vivax Malaria Could Reduce Disease Transmission by 69%

May 15, 2020 - 19:35 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 15 May 2020

Antibody tests for P. vivax malaria could reduce disease prevalence by up to 69% and scientists develop a sex-distorter gene drive that eliminates populations of mosquitoes in the lab.

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Podcast: Combined Use of MDA and IRS Most Effective Way to Prevent Malaria Transmission

May 1, 2020 - 15:23 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 1 May 2020

The combined use of mass drug administration and indoor residual spraying is the most effective way to reduce malaria prevalence in low malaria-endemic settings, and antibodies against PfGARP kill malaria-infected cells by inducing cell death.

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Podcast: Gene Drive Outcomes Not Determined by Genetic Variation

April 24, 2020 - 14:30 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 24 April 2020

Genetic variation would seem to have little impact on the success of gene drive interventions due to conserved Cas9 target sites in populations of Anopheles mosquitoes.

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Podcast: Enhancing Fc-Dependent Effector Functions Could Improve Protective Efficacy of RTS,S

April 10, 2020 - 10:31 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 10 April 2020

Enhancing antibody induction may improve the protective efficacy of RTS,S and researchers find that more gametocytes are produced when human infection is initiated by blood-stage parasites compared to mosquito bite.

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Podcast: Chloroquine Considered as Potential Treatment for COVID-19

March 27, 2020 - 16:48 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 27 March 2020

Scientists evaluate chloroquine as a potential treatment for the coronavirus and, as it continues to spread around the world, a report in The Lancet stresses the need for preparedness in malaria-endemic regions.

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Podcast: PIMMS43 Enables Malaria Parasite to Evade Mosquito Immune System

March 20, 2020 - 17:07 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 20 March 2020

A protein called PIMMS43 enables the malaria parasite to evade the mosquito’s immune system and scientists describe a highly conserved protein in the malaria parasite that is essential for the invasion of red blood cells.

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Podcast: Demand for Coffee Has a Direct Link to Malaria Risk

March 14, 2020 - 17:37 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 14 March 2020

The global supply chain linked to deforestation leads to an increase in malaria prevalence and scientists identify the mechanism of action of clemastine, an antihistamine that inhibits multiple stages of the malaria parasite’s lifecycle.

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Podcast: Researchers Target Plasmepsin as Avenue for Potential New Therapies

March 7, 2020 - 17:33 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 7 March 2020

Researchers target Plasmepsin proteases as resistance to ACT grows, and the process by which the malaria parasite suppresses the immune system is detailed by scientists.

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Podcast: Scientists Convene for MAM2020 in Australia

February 29, 2020 - 14:26 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 28 February 2020

The Molecular Approaches to Malaria Conference takes place in Australia, and a study into the long-term side effects of antimalarials could not identify any sufficient evidence of association between malaria prophylaxis and adverse health effects.

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Podcast: Condensin Proteins Essential for Malaria Proliferation and Transmission

February 21, 2020 - 17:57 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 21 February 2020

Scientists identify two proteins that are essential for the malaria parasite’s genetic malleability, and the substance responsible for ‘rosette’ formation in human red blood cells is identified.

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Podcast: EphA2 Protein Mediates Critical Stage of Cerebral Malaria

February 14, 2020 - 17:54 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 14 February 2020

Scientists find that the EphA2 protein mediates a critical stage of cerebral malaria and data scientists construct a statistical modelling framework of malaria seasonality in Madagascar.

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Podcast: Optimising Vaccine Efficacy Using Tobacco Mosaic Virus

January 31, 2020 - 14:27 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 31 January 2020

Use of the tobacco mosaic virus platform to administer malaria antigens induces high and durable efficacy in macaques and individuals with an African-centric genetic variation may have an improved response to malaria.

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Podcast: Optimising Vaccine Efficacy Using Tobacco Mosaic Virus

January 31, 2020 - 14:27 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 31 January 2020

Use of the tobacco mosaic virus platform to administer malaria antigens induces high and durable efficacy in macaques and individuals with an African-centric genetic variation may have an improved response to malaria.

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Podcast: Antibodies Marker of Exposure to Malaria in Pregnant Women

January 24, 2020 - 14:18 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 24 January 2020

Malaria antibodies in pregnant women may be a marker of exposure, not protection, from malaria and a combination of antimalarial drugs is less efficacious than if used in tandem.

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Podcast: Single-Cell Genome Processing Demonstrates Origin of Complex Malaria

January 17, 2020 - 10:13 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 17 January 2020

Single-cell genome processing yields surprising results about the origin of complex malaria and study finds that the management of malaria in children at schools is ineffective.

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Podcast: DNA Methylation Inhibitor Molecules Kill Plasmodium Parasites

January 3, 2020 - 18:12 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 3 January 2020

Researchers from the Pasteur Institute discover molecules that can kill the malaria parasite and researchers from LSTM identify a resistance mechanism for insecticides used on bed nets.

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Podcast: World Malaria Report Places Emphasis on Pregnant Women and Children

December 10, 2019 - 09:42 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 6 December 2019

The WHO publish their annual World Malaria Report which, this year, places emphasis on protecting pregnant women and children from malaria.

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Podcast: Traditional Soup Recipes Have Antimalarial Properties

November 22, 2019 - 11:22 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 22 November 2019

Schoolchildren find that some of their families’ soup recipes have antimalarial properties and a Swiss-led team of cell biologists identify hundreds of targets needed in drug and vaccine development.

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Podcast: Female Mosquitoes That Have Mated More Likely to Transmit Malaria

November 15, 2019 - 18:08 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 15 November 2019

Hormones received during mating boost the likelihood of malaria transmission and an ongoing autoimmune attack on uninfected red blood cells can ultimately anaemia.

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Podcast: Parasites Prepare for Human Infection in the Mosquito

November 8, 2019 - 16:16 -- Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute, 8 November 2019

Research details how malaria parasites prepare for human infection and researchers evaluate the use of drones in spraying insecticide in irrigated areas of land in Zanzibar.

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