Taking next steps in Malaria control and prevention

Malaria is probably one of the most known diseases around the world, yet the cure for it remains to be invented. All that can be done right now is try to control and prevent the spread of the disease. This is what researchers at the Parasitology and Public Health Unit at Federal University of Technology Akure in Nigeria are currently working on.

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Discovering new information on hepatic diseases

In our last story we talked about how animals can help to improve human health. This time we are talking about how humans could improve the health of animals, more specifically the health of horses and donkeys.

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Efficient way to study molecular mechanisms without creating new animal models

The world is continuously moving towards developing better healthcare for all living beings, which requires more efficient ways to study diseases and biomedical issues. This includes studies on genetically modified animals that researchers have been working on for years at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) lead by Benjamin Schusser, Angelika Schnieke, Christian Kupatt and Benedikt Kaufer (FU Berlin).

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Detecting invasive species with PCR and machine learning

With increasing trade and travel around the world more and more different species have been able to cross their natural geographical barriers and invade a new region. These kinds of biological invasions may pose threats to native fauna and flora, the economy and even human health, which is why doing thorough research on the invasive species is helpful for their effective management and quarantine.

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