Improvement of socio-economic development and quality of life is paramount to achieving malaria free Nigeria.
In this study, only 30% of children took the recommended first-line treatment.
Gamma delta (γδ) T cells exhibit potent anti‐Plasmodium activity but are also implicated in the immunopathology of malaria.
Invasion of human erythrocytes is essential for Plasmodium falciparum parasite survival and pathogenesis, and is also a complex phenotype.
Malaria is a global health concern caused by infection with Plasmodium parasites.
Information provided in recent, related papers has wide-ranging implications concerning, inter alia, the transmission of malaria, drug treatment, and eradication of the disease.
Three types of malaria transmission patterns were observed: (1) low importation and low local transmission; (2) high importation and low local transmission; and, (3) low importation and high local transmission.
These results depict One Step malaria HRP-II RDT to be better in detecting placental P. falciparum infection in pregnant women compared to Giemsa-stained peripheral thick blood smear.
This is the first reported case of splenic rupture in P. knowlesi malaria infection.
Present data indicates that natural selection and transmission intensity jointly play a role in controlling allelic diversity of MSP1 in Indian parasite isolates.