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Caption: Fig. 4 Are presented charts on general morbidity compared to malaria cases ( a ), seasonality of rainfall and that of malaria plotted versus seasonal year on the same chart ( b ), incidence of malaria in a given area against rainfall ( c ), and incidence of malaria against season from 2012 to 2016 ( d ). a A positive linear correlation (R 2  = 0.89899) between the total morbidity plotted against total malaria infected cases, b malaria cases seasonality regardless of location scales inversely as rainfall seasonality, c incidence of malaria in different locations of Zomba district plotted versus rainfall levels showing a critical level of about 8 mm of rainfall that leads to maximum malaria incidence of more than 60 out of 100 children and d incidence of malaria in different areas plotted against season from 2012 to 2016 showing a general decline in malaria prevalence in this period
Paper: Seasonal variation of malaria cases in children aged less than 5 years old following weather change in Zomba district, Malawi
Journal: Malaria Journal
Year: 2017
Author: Hajison, Precious L. et al.
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Disciplines: Medicine
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Caption: 2040 projected malaria endemic areas, previously malaria-free.
Paper: Assessing the Role of Climate Change in Malaria Transmission in Africa
Journal: Malaria Research and Treatment
Year: 2016
Author: Ngarakana-Gwasira, E. T. et al.
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Disciplines: Medicine
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Caption: 2040 projected malaria-free areas, previously malaria endemic.
Paper: Assessing the Role of Climate Change in Malaria Transmission in Africa
Journal: Malaria Research and Treatment
Year: 2016
Author: Ngarakana-Gwasira, E. T. et al.
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Disciplines: Medicine
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Caption: Fig. 2 Locations of reported malaria cases
Paper: Web-based GIS for spatial pattern detection: application to malaria incidence in Vietnam
Journal: SpringerPlus
Year: 2016
Author: Bui, Thanh Quang and Pham, Hai Minh
Copyright: cc-by-4.0
Disciplines: Science in General
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Caption: Fig. 1 Malaria case investigation and RACD process. Step 1 is the identification of a malaria case at the health facility. Step 2 is a case investigation conducted by malaria personnel, typically at the home of the index case. Step 3 is the process undertaken in a receptive area, whereby household members and neighbours of the index patient are tested for malaria
Paper: Piloting a programme tool to evaluate malaria case investigation and reactive case detection activities: results from 3 settings in the Asia Pacific
Journal: Malaria Journal
Year: 2017
Author: Cotter, Chris et al.
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Disciplines: Medicine
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Caption: Kidney and liver cytopathological features after malarial infection. Effect of malaria on renal and hepatic cytopathology. Kidney and liver sections were taken from BWF1 mice at week 32. TEM photomicrographs of the kidneys showed electron-dense deposits (arrows) in both the lupus and gamma-irradiated malaria-infected groups ((a), (c)) with marked effacement of foot processes (arrow head). The live malaria-infected group showed normal foot processes with an absence of deposits (b). The liver of a lupus mouse showing a normal structure of a hepatocyte with its nucleus, mitochondrion, and rough endoplasmic reticulum (d). Liver section from the live malaria-infected group showing swollen heterochromatic nuclei and disrupted chromatin (arrow) (e). Liver section from the gamma-irradiated malaria-infected group showing vacuolated and hypertrophic nucleoli (arrow head) (f). Original magnification 10000x.
Paper: Malarial Infection of Female BWF1 Lupus Mice Alters the Redox State in Kidney and Liver Tissues and Confers Protection against Lupus Nephritis
Journal: Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity
Year: 2013
Author: Al-Quraishy, Saleh et al.
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Disciplines: Medicine
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Caption: Kidney and liver cytopathological features after malarial infection. Effect of malaria on renal and hepatic cytopathology. Kidney and liver sections were taken from BWF1 mice at week 32. TEM photomicrographs of the kidneys showed electron-dense deposits (arrows) in both the lupus and gamma-irradiated malaria-infected groups ((a), (c)) with marked effacement of foot processes (arrow head). The live malaria-infected group showed normal foot processes with an absence of deposits (b). The liver of a lupus mouse showing a normal structure of a hepatocyte with its nucleus, mitochondrion, and rough endoplasmic reticulum (d). Liver section from the live malaria-infected group showing swollen heterochromatic nuclei and disrupted chromatin (arrow) (e). Liver section from the gamma-irradiated malaria-infected group showing vacuolated and hypertrophic nucleoli (arrow head) (f). Original magnification 10000x.
Paper: Malarial Infection of Female BWF1 Lupus Mice Alters the Redox State in Kidney and Liver Tissues and Confers Protection against Lupus Nephritis
Journal: Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity
Year: 2013
Author: Al-Quraishy, Saleh et al.
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Disciplines: Medicine
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Caption: Kidney and liver cytopathological features after malarial infection. Effect of malaria on renal and hepatic cytopathology. Kidney and liver sections were taken from BWF1 mice at week 32. TEM photomicrographs of the kidneys showed electron-dense deposits (arrows) in both the lupus and gamma-irradiated malaria-infected groups ((a), (c)) with marked effacement of foot processes (arrow head). The live malaria-infected group showed normal foot processes with an absence of deposits (b). The liver of a lupus mouse showing a normal structure of a hepatocyte with its nucleus, mitochondrion, and rough endoplasmic reticulum (d). Liver section from the live malaria-infected group showing swollen heterochromatic nuclei and disrupted chromatin (arrow) (e). Liver section from the gamma-irradiated malaria-infected group showing vacuolated and hypertrophic nucleoli (arrow head) (f). Original magnification 10000x.
Paper: Malarial Infection of Female BWF1 Lupus Mice Alters the Redox State in Kidney and Liver Tissues and Confers Protection against Lupus Nephritis
Journal: Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity
Year: 2013
Author: Al-Quraishy, Saleh et al.
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Disciplines: Medicine
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Caption: The distribution of malaria cases recorded in Romania between 1976 and 2014.
Paper: Climate Change Is Increasing the Risk of the Reemergence of Malaria in Romania
Journal: BioMed Research International
Year: 2016
Author: Ivanescu, Larisa et al.
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Disciplines: Medicine, Process Engineering, Biotechnology
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Caption: Fig. 1 Study sites and village wise spatial distribution of malaria prevalence (with microscopy)
Paper: Additional burden of asymptomatic and sub-patent malaria infections during low transmission season in forested tribal villages in Chhattisgarh, India
Journal: Malaria Journal
Year: 2017
Author: Chourasia, Mehul Kumar et al.
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Disciplines: Medicine
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Caption: Fig. 5 Algorithm based malaria outbreak detection mapping tool
Paper: Health information system strengthening and malaria elimination in Papua New Guinea
Journal: Malaria Journal
Year: 2017
Author: Rosewell, Alexander et al.
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Disciplines: Medicine
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Caption: ( a ) Spectrogram of malaria; ( b ) coherency of Temp. and malaria; ( c ) coherency of humidity and malaria; ( d ) coherency of precipitation and malaria.
Paper: Future Climate Data from RCP 4.5 and Occurrence of Malaria in Korea
Journal: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Year: 2014
Author: Kwak, Jaewon et al.
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Disciplines: Energy, Environmental Protection, Medicine
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