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Malaria Journal

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1. Fixed dose artesunate amodiaquine – a phase IIb, randomized comparative trial with non-fixed artesunate amodiaquine - Ogutu, Bernhards; Juma, Elizabeth; Obonyo, Charles; Jullien, Vincent; Carn, Gwenaelle; Vaillant, Michel; Taylor, Walter Robert John; Kiechel, Jean-René

2. “Every drug goes to treat its own disease…” – a qualitative study of perceptions and experiences of taking anti-retrovirals concomitantly with anti-malarials among those affected by HIV and malaria in Tanzania - Mangesho, Peter E; Reynolds, Joanna; Lemnge, Martha; Vestergaard, Lasse S; Chandler, Clare IR

3. Harmonization of malaria rapid diagnostic tests: best practices in labelling including instructions for use - Jacobs, Jan; Barbé, Barbara; Gillet, Philippe; Aidoo, Michael; Serra-Casas, Elisa; Van Erps, Jan; Daviaud, Joelle; Incardona, Sandra; Cunningham, Jane; Visser, Theodoor

4. Efficacy of artesunate-amodiaquine for the treatment of acute uncomplicated falciparum malaria in southern Mauritania - Ouldabdallahi, Mohamed; Alew, Ismail; Salem, Mohamed Salem Ould Ahmedou; dit Dialaw Ba, Mamadou; Boukhary, Ali Ould Mohamed Salem; Khairy, Mohamed Lemine Ould; Aziz, Mohamed Boubacar Abdel; Ringwald, Pascal; Basco, Leonardo K; Niang, Saidou Doro; Lebatt, Sid Mohamed

5. The duration of Plasmodium falciparum infections - Ashley, Elizabeth A; White, Nicholas J
Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium ovale are often considered the malaria parasites best adapted to long-term survival in the human host because of their latent exo-erythrocytic forms. The prevailing opinion until the middle of the last century was that the maximum duration of Plasmodium falciparum infections was less than two years. Case reports and series investigating blood donors following accidental malaria infection of blood transfusion recipients and other sporadic malaria cases in non-endemic countries have shown clearly that asymptomatic P. falciparum infections may persist for up to a decade or longer (maximum confirmed 13 years). Current policies in malaria-free countries of excluding...

6. Pooled PCR testing strategy and prevalence estimation of submicroscopic infections using Bayesian latent class models in pregnant women receiving intermittent preventive treatment at Machinga District Hospital, Malawi, 2010 - Zhou, Zhiyong; Mitchell, Rebecca Mans; Gutman, Julie; Wiegand, Ryan E; Mwandama, Dyson A; Mathanga, Don P; Skarbinski, Jacek; Shi, Ya Ping

7. “It is about how the net looks”: a qualitative study of perceptions and practices related to mosquito net care and repair in two districts in eastern Uganda - Scandurra, Leah; Acosta, Angela; Koenker, Hannah; Kibuuka, Daniel Musoke; Harvey, Steven

8. Enantioselective metabolism of primaquine by human CYP2D6 - Fasinu, Pius S; Tekwani, Babu L; Nanayakkara, NP Dhammika; Avula, Bharathi; Herath, HMT Bandara; Wang, Yan-Hong; Adelli, Vijender R; Elsohly, Mahmoud A; Khan, Shabana I; Khan, Ikhlas A; Pybus, Brandon S; Marcsisin, Sean R; Reichard, Gregory A; McChesney, James D; Walker, Larry A

9. Strengthening malaria diagnosis and appropriate treatment in Namibia: a test of case management training interventions in Kavango Region - Lourenço, Christopher; Kandula, Deepika; Haidula, Leena; Ward, Abigail; Cohen, Justin M

10. A genotypically distinct, melanic variant of Anopheles arabiensis in Sudan is associated with arid environments - Aboud, Mariam; Makhawi, Abdelrafie; Verardi, Andrea; El Raba’a, Fathi; Elnaiem, Dia-Eldin; Townson, Harold

11. Pregnant women are a reservoir of malaria transmission in Blantyre, Malawi - Boudová, Sarah; Cohee, Lauren M; Kalilani-Phiri, Linda; Thesing, Phillip C; Kamiza, Steve; Muehlenbachs, Atis; Taylor, Terrie E; Laufer, Miriam K

12. Malaria’s contribution to World War One – the unexpected adversary - Brabin, Bernard J
Malaria in the First World War was an unexpected adversary. In 1914, the scientific community had access to new knowledge on transmission of malaria parasites and their control, but the military were unprepared, and underestimated the nature, magnitude and dispersion of this enemy. In summarizing available information for allied and axis military forces, this review contextualizes the challenge posed by malaria, because although data exist across historical, medical and military documents, descriptions are fragmented, often addressing context specific issues. Military malaria surveillance statistics have, therefore, been summarized for all theatres of the War, where available. These indicated that at least...

13. Evaluating the efficacy of biological and conventional insecticides with the new ‘MCD bottle’ bioassay - Sternberg, Eleanore D; Waite, Jessica L; Thomas, Matthew B

14. Heterogeneous genetic diversity pattern in Plasmodium vivax genes encoding merozoite surface proteins (MSP) -7E, −7F and -7L - Garzón-Ospina, Diego; Forero-Rodríguez, Johanna; Patarroyo, Manuel A

15. Microsatellite markers reveal low levels of population sub-structuring of Plasmodium falciparum in southwestern Nigeria - Oyebola, Muyiwa K; Idowu, Emmanuel T; Nyang, Haddy; Olukosi, Yetunde A; Otubanjo, Olubunmi A; Nwakanma, Davis C; Awolola, Samson T; Amambua-Ngwa, Alfred

16. Composite endpoints for malaria case-management: not simplifying the picture? - Cairns, Matthew E; Leurent, Baptiste; Milligan, Paul J
Rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) for infection with Plasmodium spp. offer two main potential advantages related to malaria treatment: 1) ensuring that individuals with malaria are promptly treated with an effective artemisinin-based combination therapy, and 2) ensuring that individuals without malaria do not receive an anti-malarial they do not need (and instead receive a more appropriate treatment). Some studies of the impact of RDTs on malaria case management have combined these two different successes into a binary outcome describing ‘correct management’. However combining correct management of positives and negatives into a single summary measure can be misleading. The problems, which are...

17. Perceptions of malaria and acceptance of rapid diagnostic tests and related treatment practises among community members and health care providers in Greater Garissa, North Eastern Province, Kenya - Diggle, Emma; Asgary, Ramin; Gore-Langton, Georgia; Nahashon, Erupe; Mungai, James; Harrison, Rebecca; Abagira, Abdullahi; Eves, Katie; Grigoryan, Zoya; Soti, David; Juma, Elizabeth; Allan, Richard

18. Circulating antibodies against Plasmodium falciparum histidine-rich proteins 2 interfere with antigen detection by rapid diagnostic tests - Ho, Mei-Fong; Baker, Joanne; Lee, Nelson; Luchavez, Jennifer; Ariey, Frédéric; Nhem, Sina; Oyibo, Wellington; Bell, David; González, Iveth; Chiodini, Peter; Gatton, Michelle L; Cheng, Qin; McCarthy, James S

19. Fun with maths: exploring implications of mathematical models for malaria eradication - Eckhoff, Philip A; Bever, Caitlin A; Gerardin, Jaline; Wenger, Edward A
Mathematical analyses and modelling have an important role informing malaria eradication strategies. Simple mathematical approaches can answer many questions, but it is important to investigate their assumptions and to test whether simple assumptions affect the results. In this note, four examples demonstrate both the effects of model structures and assumptions and also the benefits of using a diversity of model approaches. These examples include the time to eradication, the impact of vaccine efficacy and coverage, drug programs and the effects of duration of infections and delays to treatment, and the influence of seasonality and migration coupling on disease fadeout. An...

20. The clinical and public health problem of relapse despite primaquine therapy: case review of repeated relapses of Plasmodium vivax acquired in Papua New Guinea - Ingram, R Joan H; Crenna-Darusallam, Chelzie; Soebianto, Saraswati; Noviyanti, Rintis; Baird, J Kevin

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