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Specific PHGKB|Infectious Diseases PHGKB|Public Health Genomics and Precision Health Knowledge Base (PHGKB)
Last Posted: Apr 16, 2024
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Awareness of sickle cell disease among nursing undergraduates in Farasan: Its interference with malaria. External Web Site Icon
Shabihul Fatma Sayed et al. J Family Med Prim Care 2024 13(2) 589-599
Genomics reveals heterogeneous Plasmodium falciparum transmission and selection signals in Zambia. External Web Site Icon
Abebe A Fola et al. Commun Med (Lond) 2024 4 (1) 67
Bridging the gaps in newborn screening programmes: Challenges and opportunities to detect haemoglobinopathies in Africa. External Web Site Icon
Seth Twum et al. Afr J Lab Med 2023 12(1) 2225
Using genomics to track malaria in the US External Web Site Icon
T Locke, MedicalXpress, December 20, 2023
Rapid profiling of Plasmodium parasites from genome sequences to assist malaria control. External Web Site Icon
Jody E Phelan et al. Genome Med 2023 11 (1) 96
Current challenges and new approaches to implementing optimal management of sickle cell disease in sub-Saharan Africa. External Web Site Icon
Mwashungi Ally et al. Semin Hematol 2023
Spreading awareness of sickle cell trait and its possible complications A better understanding of the trait is crucial for both patients and providers External Web Site Icon
M Shaniqua, Sickle Cell New, August 2023
Detection of acute dengue virus infection, with and without concurrent malaria infection, in a cohort of febrile children in Kenya, 2014-2019, by clinicians or machine learning algorithms. External Web Site Icon
David M Vu et al. PLOS Glob Public Health 2023 3(7) e0001950
Why we need more Black blood donors to treat sickle cell anemia External Web Site Icon
SB Peter, CNN, June 27, 2023
Effectiveness of intermittent screening and treatment of malaria in pregnancy on maternal and birth outcomes in selected districts in Rwanda: A cluster randomized controlled trial. External Web Site Icon
Aline Uwimana et al. Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America 2023


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