Detection of Plasmodium falciparum: From Biomarker Identification and Characterisation to Application
Malaria is one of the most deadly infectious diseases, responsible for 438 000 deaths and 214 million infections per year, mostly in developing countries. Ultra-sensitive detection of the asexual and sexual forms of Plasmodium spp., the causative agent of malaria, is crucial to reduce the staggering numbers of malaria infections with the ultimate goal of eradication, and it is important for research. Unfortunately all current detection methods and biomarkers for malaria have limitations. The...[Show more]
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