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Dihydrofolate-reductase mutations in Plasmodium knowlesi appear unrelated to selective drug pressure from putative human-to-human transmission in Sabah, Malaysia
Background: Malaria caused by zoonotic Plasmodium knowlesi is an emerging threat in Eastern Malaysia. Despite demonstrated vector competency, it is unknown whether human-to-human (H-H) transmission is occurring naturally. ...
Microvesicles from malaria-infected red blood cells activate natural killer cells via MDA5 pathway
Natural killer (NK) cells provide the first line of defense against malaria parasite infection. However, the molecular mechanisms through which NK cells are activated by parasites are largely unknown, so is the molecular ...
Malaria after international travel : a GeoSentinel analysis, 2003–2016
Background: More than 30,000 malaria cases are reported annually among international travellers. Despite improvements in malaria control, malaria continues to threaten travellers due to inaccurate perception of risk and ...
Plasmodium falciparum artemisinin resistance monitoring in Sabah, Malaysia : in vivo therapeutic efficacy and kelch13 molecular marker surveillance
Background:Spreading Plasmodium falciparum artemisinin drug resistance threatens global malaria public health gains. Limited data exist to define the extent of P. falciparum artemisinin resistance southeast of the Greater ...