The methodology described facilitates high-throughput testing of blood samples collected in the field by fluorescence-based real-time PCR.
In this paper, we provided evidence that cisplatin is able to form adducts with cellular DNA in Plasmodium falciparum.
Recombination has an evident impact on virus evolution and emergence of new pathotypes, and has generated an immense literature.
These data imply that antimalarial drug resistance can result from defective MMR.
Large studies, particularly in Africa where children represent a major proportion of treated cases, will require a simpler blood sample collection regime, and a method capable of high throughput.
The difficulty of inducing protective immunity through antibodies against sporozoites led to efforts to assess vectored vaccines as a means of inducing protective T cell immunity against the malaria liver-stage parasite. Although DNA vectored vaccines used alone were poorly immunogenic and not protective, high levels of parasite clearance in the liver has been achieved with viral vectored vaccines used in heterologous prime-boost regimes.