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  2. Wash U researchers working on breath test to diagnose malaria - KRCU

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    Wash U researchers working on breath test to diagnose malaria
    KRCU
    A Malawian nurse collects a blood sample from a child at Kamuzu Medical Center in Lilongwe, Malawi, in 2015 to test for malaria infection. Credit Indi Trehan. When a doctor suspects a patient has malaria, the next step is usually a blood test. Most ...

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  3. Malaria-infected passenger who arrived in Jamaica returned home ... - Jamaica Gleaner

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    Malaria-infected passenger who arrived in Jamaica returned home ...
    Jamaica Gleaner
    The local authorities have returned a malaria-infected passenger, who arrived in Jamaica on Saturday from Guyana, to his country. Health Minister Dr Christopher Tufton says he was detected during routine screening at the Norman...

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  4. How to protect your infant from malaria - The New Times

    The New Times

    How to protect your infant from malaria
    The New Times
    Malaria is real and experts say it can cause anaemia, or severe damage to the brain when treatment is delayed and even kill. To thwart the dangers malaria poses to children in particular, it is advisable for parents to do thorough regular medical check ...

  5. Clonal selection drives protective memory B cell responses in controlled human malaria infection - Science

    Clonal selection drives protective memory B cell responses in controlled human malaria infection
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    ... is considered pivotal for efficient development of protective B cell memory responses to infection and vaccination. Repeated antigen exposure promotes affinity maturation but each time also recruits antigen-reactive naïve B cells into the response ...

  6. Oh, Brother: People Might Not Take This Potential Malaria Drug Just Because it Turns Their Urine Blue - Futurism

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    Oh, Brother: People Might Not Take This Potential Malaria Drug Just Because it Turns Their Urine Blue
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    And yet: Some people are, in fact, so attached to the color of their urine that they'd rather get malaria than see the color of their pee change. Background: You know mosquitoes, because mosquitoes are awful. Their bites itch, and some of them even ...

  7. Adding Blue Dye To Anti-Malaria Drug Appears To Stop ... - NPR - NPR

    NPR

    Adding Blue Dye To Anti-Malaria Drug Appears To Stop ... - NPR
    NPR
    Methylene blue used to be an anti-malarial treatment but fell out of favor. Researchers wondered, what if it were added to a current medication?
    Promising Malaria Drug Has a Striking Drawback: Blue Urine - The ...New York Times

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  8. New approach to stop transmission of malaria from humans to ... - Science Daily

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    New approach to stop transmission of malaria from humans to ...
    Science Daily
    Some people develop an immune response following a malaria infection that stops them from infecting other mosquitoes. The antibodies that these people produce are sucked up by the mosquito and destroy the malaria parasite in the mosquito's stomach ...
    Altruistic Immunity Could Be Key to Stopping Spread of Malaria | GENGenetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
    Primaquine-methylene blue combination blocks malaria transmissionEuropean Pharmaceutical Review

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  9. Malaria parasites killed quickly by blue dye - New Atlas - New Atlas

    New Atlas

    Malaria parasites killed quickly by blue dye - New Atlas
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    Malaria is responsible for approximately 445000 deaths every year. That number may be due to drop, however, as scientists have found that a human-safe blue dye kills parasites in patients' bloodstreams within two days – that's faster than has ever been ...
    Dye offers treatment for malaria patients? Know How | Odisha ... - OTVOdisha Television Ltd.

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  10. Dye kills malaria parasites at speed not seen before -- ScienceDaily - Science Daily

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    Dye kills malaria parasites at speed not seen before -- ScienceDaily
    Science Daily
    Research shows that the dye methylene blue is a safe antimalarial that kills malaria parasites at an unprecedented rate. Within two days, patients are cured of the disease and no longer transmit the parasite if they are bitten again by a mosquito.
    Researchers Discover Dye That's Safe and Effective for Treating ...Futurism
    New Evidence Shows Potential of Two Drugs to Block Malaria ...UCSF News Services

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  11. Drug-resistant malaria will spread without urgent action, experts ... - The Guardian

    The Guardian

    Drug-resistant malaria will spread without urgent action, experts ...
    The Guardian
    Dismay at south-east Asian outbreaks of malaria resistant to artemisinin drugs, the most powerful drugs currently available.
    Rumours 'hurt malaria efforts', National, Phnom Penh PostThe Phnom Penh Post

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