Research presented at ASTMH has demonstrated long-term neurological damage in those with a history of West Nile virus infection, even in individuals who experienced mild, or no, symptoms.
Researchers have discovered that individuals infected with malaria exhale specific compounds, which could be used to rapidly and accurately diagnose the disease.
New research has highlighted the burden of group B streptococcal disease in women and infants worldwide, highlighting the need for a vaccine.
According to a recently published study, the effectiveness of the H3N2 vaccine could be attributed to the egg-based vaccine production process, which may ultimately render the vaccine to be less effective in humans.
Scientists have analyzed whole-genome sequence data from a UK public health surveillance study to reveal new understandings of the Salmonella epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa.
The WHO’s most recent global tuberculosis report has stated that the burden of TB is still high, with gaps in diagnosis and growing drug-resistance posing challenges on our way to ending this epidemic.
A novel CRISPR–Cas9-based gene drive platform has been developed by researchers and may help us understand some of the genetic networks underlying virulence in fungal pathogen, Candida albicans.
Researchers have developed novel antimicrobials, such as metal-complexes, that could be used to treat infections – either as alternatives or supplements to traditional antibiotics – caused by multidrug-resistant bacteria.
Results from the Positive Perspectives global survey have been reported at the recent EACS conference, providing insights into the attitudes of HIV patients towards treatment, healthcare and stigma.
Scientists discover a new powerful protective immune pathway triggered by ion channels in airway epithelial cells.