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Rutin modulates hemostasis during snake envenomation

October 11, 2018

Rutin modulates hemostasis during snake envenomation

Marcelo Larami Santoro and colleagues observed the beneficial effects of rutin, and inexpensive plant-based compound capable of modulating the hemostatic disturbances and redox imbalance induced by Bothrops jararaca snake venom.

Image credit: Sachetto ATA, Rosa JG, Santoro ML (2018)

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Can sequential aerosol technique be used against riverine tsetse?

Reginald De Deken and Jérémy Bouyer identify which studies are required before sequential aerosol technique can be implemented against riverine tsetse flies, and constraints limiting the technique. Read the Viewpoint here.

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Can sequential aerosol technique be used against riverine tsetse?

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Dhaka, Bangladesh cholera vaccine investment case

In this study, Firdausi Qadri and colleagues use modelling and economic analysis to examine the potential impact on disease and value of vaccinating slum dwellers in Dhaka. Read the Author Summary.

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Dhaka, Bangladesh cholera vaccine investment case

10/11/2018

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Leptospirosis risk mapping with Bayesian networks

Helen J. Mayfield and colleagues used spatial Bayesian Networks applied to a case study in Fiji to show that livestock exposure and poverty affect the probability of leptospirosis infection differently in rural compared to urban areas. Read the Author Summary.

Leptospirosis risk mapping with Bayesian networks

Image credit: Mayfield HJ, Smith CS, Lowry JH, Watson CH, Baker MG, Kama M, et al. (2018)

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