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Global malaria news
Vaccinating humans to protect mosquitoes from malaria: Immunized people would transmit anti-malarial proteins to the insects that bite them, reducing spread of the deadly disease - Science Daily, 9 October
Scientists have been trying to develop a vaccine that prevents mosquitoes from spreading malaria among humans. This unique approach -- in which immunized humans transfer anti-malarial proteins to mosquitoes when bitten -- is called a transmission-blocking vaccine (TBV). A new biotech advancement moves us closer to this goal. Read the article
Increased cyto-adhesion of malaria parasites during fever uncovered - Science Daily, 9 October
New research shows how the cyto-adhesion of plasmodium-infected red blood cells is enhanced at febrile temperatures. Read the article
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