Last data update: Feb 28, 2021 . (Total: 22070 Documents since 2020)
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- Protection against COVID-19 in African population: Immunology, genetics, and malaria clues for therapeutic targets.
Altable Marcos, et al. Virus research 2021 2 0. 198347
- Internet of medical things (IoMT)-integrated biosensors for point-of-care testing of infectious diseases.
Jain Shikha, et al. Biosensors & bioelectronics 2021 2 0. 113074
- Genomic-informed pathogen surveillance in Africa: opportunities and challenges.
Inzaule Seth C et al. The Lancet. Infectious diseases 2021 Feb
- Protection against severe infectious disease in the past.
Mercer Alexander, et al. Pathogens and global health 2021 2 0. 1-17
- Manuscript Title: Combined Docking methods and Molecular Dynamics to Identify Effective Antiviral 2, 5-diaminoBenzophenonederivatives against SARS-CoV-2 .
Ouassaf Mebarka, et al. Journal of King Saud University. Science 2021 2 0. 101352
- Analogue discovery of safer alternatives to HCQ and CQ drugs for SAR-CoV-2 by computational design.
Sinha Meetali, et al. Computers in biology and medicine 2021 1 0. 104222
- SAveRUNNER: A network-based algorithm for drug repurposing and its application to COVID-19.
Fiscon Giulia, et al. PLoS computational biology 2021 2 0. (2) e1008686
- Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine Interact Differently with ACE2 Domains Reported to Bind with the Coronavirus Spike Protein: Mediation by ACE2 Polymorphism.
Badraoui Riadh, et al. Molecules (Basel, Switzerland) 2021 1 0. (3)
- Natural biflavonoids as potential therapeutic agents against microbial diseases.
Menezes José C J M D S, et al. The Science of the total environment 2021 1 0. 145168
- ACE2 mutation might explain lower COVID-19 burden in malaria endemic areas.
De Auley, et al. Human cell 2021 1 0.
- Hydroxychloroquine-mediated inhibition of SARS-CoV-2 entry is attenuated by TMPRSS2.
Ou Tianling, et al. PLoS pathogens 2021 1 0. (1) e1009212
- How COVID unlocked the power of RNA vaccines
The technology could revolutionize efforts to immunize against HIV, malaria, influenza and more.
E Dolgin, Nature News, January 12, 2021
- Accessing the syndemic of COVID-19 and malaria intervention in Africa.
Shi Benyun, et al. Infectious diseases of poverty 2021 1 0. (1) 5
- A Southeast Asian Perspective on the COVID-19 Pandemic: Hemoglobin E (HbE)-Trait Confers Resistance Against COVID-19.
Papadopoulos Konstantinos I, et al. Medical science monitor basic research 2021 1 0. e929207
- Milestones in Personalized Medicine: From the Ancient Time to Nowadays-the Provocation of COVID-19.
Visvikis-Siest Sophie, et al. Frontiers in genetics 2020 0 0. 569175
- Malaria and COVID-19: unmasking their ties.
Hussein Mogahed Ismail Hassan, et al. Malaria journal 2020 12 0. (1) 457
- Is COVID-19 Fatality Rate Associated with Malaria Endemicity?
Arshad Abdul Rehman, et al. Discoveries (Craiova, Romania) 2020 12 0. (4) e120
- Cross-border COVID-19 spread amidst malaria re-emergence in Venezuela: a human rights analysis.
Correa-Salazar Catalina, et al. Globalization and health 2020 0 0. (1) 118
- Clinical characteristics of COVID-19 patients hospitalized at Clinique Ngaliema, a public hospital in Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of Congo: A retrospective cohort study.
Matangila Junior Rika, et al. PloS one 2020 0 0. (12) e0244272
- Bioactivity Potential of Marine Natural Products from Scleractinia-Associated Microbes and In Silico Anti-SARS-COV-2 Evaluation.
Zahran Eman Maher, et al. Marine drugs 2020 12 0. (12)
- The transcriptomic profiling of SARS-CoV-2 compared to SARS, MERS, EBOV, and H1N1.
Alsamman Alsamman M, et al. PloS one 2020 0 0. (12) e0243270
- Metabolism and Interactions of Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine with Human Cytochrome P450 Enzymes and Drug Transporters.
Rendic Slobodan P, et al. Current drug metabolism 2020 12 0.
- Malaria and COVID-19: commonalities, intersections and implications for sustaining malaria control.
Ajayi IkeOluwapo Oyeneye, et al. The Pan African medical journal 2020 0 0. (Suppl 1) 1
- New viral vectors for infectious diseases and cancer.
Sasso Emanuele, et al. Seminars in immunology 2020 11 0. 101430
- Could Artesunate Have a Positive Effect on the Neurological Complications Related to Infection When It Is Used in the Treatment of COVID-19?
Uzun Tugçenur, et al. ACS chemical neuroscience 2020 12 0.
- Protein-ligand binding interactions of imidazolium salts with SARS CoV-2.
Satheesh Dhurairaj, et al. Heliyon 2020 11 0. e05544
- SARS-COV2 and P. falciparum common immunodominant regions may explain low COVID-19 incidence in the malaria-endemic belt.
Iesa Mohamed Am, et al. New microbes and new infections 2020 11 0. 100817
- Modeling and analysis of COVID-19 epidemics with treatment in fractional derivatives using real data from Pakistan.
Naik Parvaiz Ahmad, et al. European physical journal plus 2020 0 0. (10) 795
- Preventing the re-establishment of malaria in Sri Lanka amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ranaweera Prasad, et al. Malaria journal 2020 11 0. (1) 386
- Screening Malaria-box compounds to identify potential inhibitors against SARS-CoV-2 M pro , using molecular docking and dynamics simulation studies.
Ahamad Shahzaib, et al. European journal of pharmacology 2020 10 0. 173664
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