A new spray made with a type of volcanic glass shows promise in killing mosquitoes. That could help stop the spread of malaria.
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Mosquitoes are more likely to infect people with malaria in the early evening than in the middle of the night or the early morning, researchers find.
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The discovery of an antibody that trigger a "kill switch" in cells and cause them to self-destruct could lead to a new malaria vaccine.
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A new drug target may offer a way to keep the malaria parasite from spreading, researchers say.
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An extra barrier layer above malaria bed nets significantly improves their performance, a new study shows.
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Reworking molecules originally designed to fight the skin disease psoriasis could pave the way for a new drug to combat malaria.
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Mosquitoes are pretty good at killing off the parasite that causes malaria. Now scientists know more about how they do it.
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A new test detects malaria drug resistance with only a tiny sample tube, a laptop, and a power source. The work could save lives.
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