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!

Latest News

50th Anniversary of the Australian Society for Parasitology Special Issue published in The International Journal for ParasitologyPosted on 24 October 2014

50th Anniversary of the Australian Society for Parasitology Special Issue published in The International Journal for Parasitology

The International Journal for Parasitology recently published a Special Issue to celebrate the Golden Anniversary of the Australian Society for Parasitology.

Other News

Posted on 17 October 2014

Six additional journals join Malaria Nexus!

Six additional Elsevier-owned journals recently joined Malaria Nexus.

Posted on 17 October 2014

Two postdoctoral vacancies at the Department of Zoology at the University of Oxford

The Department of Zoology at the University of Oxford has currently two vacancies for Postdoctoral Computational Scientists in Disease Modelling.

Posted on 10 October 2014

Abstract deadline for the conference on the Impact of Environmental Changes on Infectious Diseases 2015 extended until November 10!

The inaugural conference on the Impact of Environmental Changes on Infectious Diseases will be held in Sitges, Spain, on March 23-25, 2015. The abstract deadline has been extended to November 10.

Posted on 10 October 2014

Confirmation of the involvement of 5 loci that play a role in susceptibility to malaria

A study recently published in Nature Genetics confirms the implication of HBB, ABO, ATP2B4, G6PD and CD40LG in determining susceptibility to malaria.

Feature Articles

Posted on 30 October 2014

Insights and controversies into the role of the key apicomplexan invasion ligand, Apical Membrane Antigen 1

International Journal for Parasitology, Volume 44, Issue 12, 15 October 2014, Pages 853-857
Katherine L. Harvey, Alan Yap, Paul R. Gilson, Alan F. Cowman, Brendan S. Crabb

Posted on 30 October 2014

Shifting from quinine to artesunate as first-line treatment of severe malaria in children and adults: Saving more lives

Journal of Infection and Public Health, Volume 7, Issue 5, September–October 2014, Pages 407-412
Jean Jacques N. Noubiap

Posted on 30 October 2014

Structure–activity relationship studies of antiplasmodial aminomethylthiazoles

Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters, Volume 24, Issue 22, 15 November 2014, Pages 5207-5211
Peter Mubanga Cheuka, Diego Gonzalez Cabrera, Tanya Paquet, Kelly Chibale

Posted on 30 October 2014

Genetic diversity and natural selection of three blood-stage 6-Cys proteins in Plasmodium vivax populations from the China-Myanmar endemic border

Infection, Genetics and Evolution, Volume 28, December 2014, Pages 167-174
Yue Wang, An Ma, Shen-Bo Chen, Ying-Chao Yang, Jun-Hu Chen, Ming-Bo Yin

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