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    • Characterization of Malaria Sexual Stage Development in the Human Host 

      Joice, Regina Carol (2013-09-26)
      Due to an increase in malaria control programs in the last decade, the world has witnessed dramatic reductions in the number of infections and deaths caused by the malaria parasite. With malaria eradication on the global ...
    • Inferring Developmental Stage Composition from Gene Expression in Human Malaria 

      Joice, Regina; Narasimhan, Vagheesh; Montgomery, Jacqui; Sidhu, Amar Bir; Oh, Keunyoung; Meyer, Evan; Pierre-Louis, Willythssa; Seydel, Karl; Milner, Danny; Williamson, Kim; Wiegand, Roger; Ndiaye, Daouda; Daily, Johanna; Wirth, Dyann; Taylor, Terrie; Huttenhower, Curtis; Marti, Matthias (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      In the current era of malaria eradication, reducing transmission is critical. Assessment of transmissibility requires tools that can accurately identify the various developmental stages of the malaria parasite, particularly ...
    • Targeting Imperfect Vaccines against Drug-Resistance Determinants: A Strategy for Countering the Rise of Drug Resistance 

      Joice, Regina; Lipsitch, Marc (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      The growing prevalence of antimicrobial resistance in major pathogens is outpacing discovery of new antimicrobial classes. Vaccines mitigate the effect of antimicrobial resistance by reducing the need for treatment, but ...