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  1. Content type: Research Article

    In Brazil, people still fall ill and die from tuberculosis (TB), and this can be explained by the significant impasse in the equity of distribution of therapeutic resources to the population as a whole. The ai...

    Authors: Mellina YAMAMURA, Marcelino SANTOS NETO, Francisco CHIARAVALLOTI NETO, Luiz Henrique ARROYO, Antônio Carlos Vieira RAMOS, Ana Angélica Rêgo de QUEIROZ, Aylana de Souza BELCHIOR, Danielle Talita dos SANTOS, Juliane de Almeida CRISPIM, Ione Carvalho PINTO, Severina Alice da Costa UCHÔA, Regina Célia FIORATI and Ricardo Alexandre ARCÊNCIO

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:134

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  2. Content type: Scoping Review

    In the three decades since the first reported case of Ebola virus, most known index cases have been consistently traced to the hunting of “bush meat”, and women have consistently recorded relatively high fatal...

    Authors: Miriam N. Nkangu, Oluwasayo A. Olatunde and Sanni Yaya

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:135

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  3. Content type: Case study

    Before 2014 (the year of closure of the two largest needle exchange programs in Hungary, which halved the number of available syringes in the country despite increased injecting risk practices) no HIV was repo...

    Authors: András Ortutay, V. Anna Gyarmathy, Zsuzsa Marjanek, Károly Nagy, József Rácz and István Barcs

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:145

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  4. Content type: Research Article

    Acute human African trypanosomiasis (rHAT) caused by Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense is associated with high mortality and is fatal if left untreated. Only a few studies have examined the psychological, social and...

    Authors: Allan Mayaba Mwiinde, Martin Simuunza, Boniface Namangala, Chitalu Miriam Chama-Chiliba, Noreen Machila, Neil Anderson, Alexandra Shaw and Susan C. Welburn

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:150

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  5. Content type: Research Article

    On 12 October 2015, a cholera outbreak involving 65 cases and two deaths was reported in a fishing village in Hoima District, Western Uganda. Despite initial response by the local health department, the outbre...

    Authors: David W. Oguttu, A. Okullo, G. Bwire, P. Nsubuga and A.R. Ario

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:146

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  6. Content type: Research Article

    Soil-transmitted helminth (STH) infections often affect the poorest and most deprived communities. In order to generate reliable data for planning a school based deworming program, we conducted a survey among ...

    Authors: Sandipan Ganguly, Sharad Barkataki, Sumallya Karmakar, Prerna Sanga, K. Boopathi, K. Kanagasabai, P. Kamaraj, Punam Chowdhury, Rituparna Sarkar, Dibyendu Raj, Leo James, Shanta Dutta, Rakesh Sehgal, Priya Jha and Manoj Murhekar

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:139

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  7. Content type: Research Article

    Trachoma is a disease of the eye, caused by the bacteria Chlamydia trachomatis, which can lead to blindness if left untreated. Ethiopia is one of the most trachoma-affected countries in the world. The objective o...

    Authors: Beselam Tadesse, Alemayehu Worku, Abera Kumie and Solomon Abebe Yimer

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:143

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  8. Content type: Research Article

    Trachoma is an infectious eye disease caused by Chlamydia trachomatis, which is the leading infectious cause of blindness worldwide. In areas where trachoma is endemic, active trachoma is common among preschool-a...

    Authors: Ayanaw Tsega Ferede, Abel Fekadu Dadi, Amare Tariku and Akilew Awoke Adane

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:128

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  9. Content type: Study Protocol

    Interventions are currently being used against ‘infectious diseases of poverty’, which remain highly debilitating and deadly in most endemic countries, especially malaria, schistosomiasis, echinococcosis and A...

    Authors: Kokouvi Kassegne, Ting Zhang, Shen-Bo Chen, Bin Xu, Zhi-Sheng Dang, Wang-Ping Deng, Eniola Michael Abe, Hai-Mo Shen, Wei Hu, Takele Geressu Guyo, Solomon Nwaka, Jun-Hu Chen and Xiao-Nong Zhou

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:130

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  10. Content type: Opinion

    Remarkable progress has been made in the fight against neglected tropical diseases, but new challenges have emerged. Innovative diagnostics, better drugs and new insecticides are often identified as the priori...

    Authors: Giuseppina Ortu and Oliver Williams

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:147

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  11. Content type: Research Article

    Dengue was regarded as a mild epidemic in mainland China transmitted by Aedes albopictus. However, the 2014 record-breaking outbreak in Guangzhou could change the situation. In order to provide an early warning o...

    Authors: Lei Luo, Li-Yun Jiang, Xin-Cai Xiao, Biao Di, Qin-Long Jing, Sheng-Yong Wang, Jin-Ling Tang, Ming Wang, Xiao-Ping Tang and Zhi-Cong Yang

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:148

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  12. Content type: Study Protocol

    The lack of safe water and sanitation contributes to the rampancy of diarrhea in many developing countries.

    Authors: Seungman Cha, JaeEun Lee, DongSik Seo, Byoung Mann Park, Paul Mansiangi, Kabore Bernard, Guy Jerome Nkay Mulakub-Yazho and Honore Minka Famasulu

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:137

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  13. Content type: Research Article

    Echinococcosis is a serious, zoonotic, parasitic disease with worldwide distribution. According to a epidemiological survey in 2012 in China, there are 20,000 infected patients and more than 50 million people ...

    Authors: Bin Jiang, Xiao-Nong Zhou, Hao-Bing Zhang, Yi Tao, Le-Le Huo and Ni Liu

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:140

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  14. Content type: Research Article

    Myanmar lies in the Greater Mekong sub-region of South-East Asia faced with the challenge of emerging resistance to artemisinin combination therapies (ACT). Migrant populations are more likely than others to s...

    Authors: Wint Phyo Than, Tin Oo, Khin Thet Wai, Aung Thi, Philip Owiti, Binay Kumar, Hemant Deepak Shewade and Rony Zachariah

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:138

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  15. Content type: Opinion

    The transmission of infectious diseases is a dynamic process determined by multiple factors originating from disease pathogens and/or parasites, vector species, and human populations. These factors interact wi...

    Authors: Shang Xia, Xiao-Nong Zhou and Jiming Liu

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:144

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  16. Content type: Research Article

    Chagas disease is an important health problem in Latin America due to its incapacitating effects and associated mortality. Studies on seropositivity for Trypanosoma cruzi in Mexican dogs have demonstrated a direc...

    Authors: Minerva Arce-Fonseca, Silvia C. Carrillo-Sánchez, Ramón M. Molina-Barrios, Mariana Martínez-Cruz, Jesús R. Cedillo-Cobián, Yuly A. Henao-Díaz and Olivia Rodríguez-Morales

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:120

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  17. Content type: Research Article

    Prevalence of Opisthorchis viverrini, Schistosoma mekongi and soil-transmitted helminths (STH) remains high in Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR), despite control efforts including mass-drug administratio...

    Authors: Youthanavanh Vonghachack, Peter Odermatt, Keoka Taisayyavong, Souphanh Phounsavath, Kongsap Akkhavong and Somphou Sayasone

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:131

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  18. Content type: Research Article

    Changes of land cover modify the characteristics of habitat, host-vector interaction and consequently infection rates of disease causing agents. In this paper, we report variations in tsetse distribution patte...

    Authors: Anibariki Ngonyoka, Paul S. Gwakisa, Anna B. Estes, Linda P. Salekwa, Happiness J. Nnko, Peter J. Hudson and Isabella M. Cattadori

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:126

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  19. Content type: Research Article

    Studies investigating the nutritional status of patients with leprosy and plantar ulcers are sparse. Therefore, the objective of this study was to describe the protein profile of leprosy patients with plantar ...

    Authors: Marineia Porto de Oliveira, Jorge Rodrigues de Sousa, Rafael Silva de Araujo, Tinara Leila de Sousa Aarão and Juarez Antonio Simões Quaresma

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:105

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  20. Content type: Letter to the Editor

    Over the past six decades, the Chinese government made parasitoses with a high disease burden, including soil-transmitted nematode infections, malaria, leishmaniasis, filariasis, and schistosomiasis, a public ...

    Authors: Lan-Gui Song, Xiao-Ying Zheng, Da-Tao Lin, Guang-Xi Wang and Zhong-Dao Wu

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:119

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  21. Content type: Research Article

    The People’s Republic of China (P.R. China) is the presumptive home range of the rat lungworm Angiostrongylus cantonensis, a major aetiological agent of human eosinophilic meningitis. We present a study of the ge...

    Authors: Shan Lv, Yi Zhang, Peter Steinmann, Jürg Utzinger and Xiao-Nong Zhou

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:125

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  22. Content type: Research Article

    Early detection and treatment of neuropathy in leprosy is important to prevent disabilities. A recent study showed that the Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS) and Warm Detection Thresholds (WDT) tests can detect l...

    Authors: Inge Wagenaar, Erik Post, Wim Brandsma, Dan Ziegler, Moshiur Rahman, Khorshed Alam and Jan Hendrik Richardus

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:115

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  23. Content type: Research Article

    As part of the WHO End TB strategy, national tuberculosis (TB) programs increasingly aim to engage all private and public TB care providers. Engagement of communities, civil society organizations and public an...

    Authors: Thin Thin Nwe, Saw Saw, Le Le Win, Myo Myo Mon, Johan van Griensven, Shuisen Zhou, Palanivel Chinnakali, Safieh Shah, Saw Thein and Si Thu Aung

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:123

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  24. Content type: Research Article

    Quick diagnosis of smear-negative pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) and extra-pulmonary TB are urgently needed in clinical diagnosis. Our research aims to investigate the usefulness of the interferon-γ release assay...

    Authors: Lei Ji, Yong-Liang Lou, Zhong-Xiu Wu, Jin-Qin Jiang, Xing-Li Fan, Li-Fang Wang, Xiao-Xiang Liu, Peng Du, Jie Yan and Ai-Hua Sun

    Citation: Infectious Diseases of Poverty 2017 6:121

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