Malaria

L'émission continue de gaz à effet de serre présente un fort impact sur les maladies infectieuses humaines. © Mike Mareen, Adobe Stock

Zika, dengue, malaria: half of infectious diseases will be more severe in the future

You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Zika Public Health France has published data highlighting the resurgence of certain exotic diseases in France. Including the Zika virus which was identified in Ile-de-France in 2018. While it is relatively well accepted that the climate change increases the risk of transmission of pathogenic diseases to humans, in …

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How Molecular Motor Proteins Are Involved in Malaria Transmission - Genetics News

How Molecular Motor Proteins Are Involved in Malaria Transmission – Genetics News

Scientists at the University of Nottingham have made a major breakthrough in understanding how malaria parasites divide and transmit the disease, which could be a major step forward in helping prevent one of the deadliest infections in the world. Malaria remains the deadliest parasitic disease in the world, with an estimated 241 million cases and …

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