Elsevier's Global Malaria Resource
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Malaria Nexus is Elsevier’s Global Malaria Resource: A major hub for scientists
working in all aspects of malaria research. The website aims to provide free access
to some of the latest research on malaria published in Elsevier’s many journals.
Articles are regularly uploaded on the site and made freely available to registered
members for a period of 3 months. News items and podcast interviews with key leaders
in the field are also frequently posted and available for free to registrants. A
host of new areas will soon be introduced, so keep an eye on the new developments
of the website!
Posted on 11 April 2014
A recent study establishes a 3D model of the genome of Plasmodium falciparum at three different stages in the parasite's life cycle.Posted on 3 April 2014
Sanaria recently received the 2014 Vaccine Industry Excellence Award for the "Best Prophylactic Vaccine" at a ceremony held in Washington DC during the 14th World Vaccine Congress.Posted on 27 March 2014
A study published in a recent issue of The Lancet demonstrates the effectiveness of single-dose tafenoquine plus 3-day chloroquine against Plasmodium vivax relapse.
Posted on 24 March 2014
A recent study published in Nature Communications reveals that all extant human P. vivax parasites are derived from a single ancestor that originated from Africa.
Posted on 18 April 2014
International Journal for Parasitology: Drugs and Drug Resistance, Volume 4, Issue 2, August 2014, Pages 95-111Posted on 18 April 2014
Katherine T. Andrews, Gillian Fisher, Tina S. Skinner-Adams
Experimental Parasitology, Volume 141, June 2014, Pages 39-54Posted on 18 April 2014
Amit Kumar Subudhi, P.A. Boopathi, Shilpi Garg, Sheetal Middha, Jyoti Acharya, Deepak Pakalapati, Vishal Saxena, Mohammed Aiyaz, et al.
International Journal for Parasitology, Volume 44, Issue 5, April 2014, Pages 285-289Posted on 18 April 2014
Christopher D. Goodman, Vanessa Mollard, Theola Louie, Georgina A. Holloway, Keith G. Watson, Geoffrey I. McFadden
Journal of Insect Physiology, Volume 64, May 2014, Pages 30-39
Nathaniel J. Balmert, Samuel S.C. Rund, John P. Ghazi, Peng Zhou, Giles E. Duffield