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The Protozoology Research Group is comprised of four research units performing basic and translational research on three major vector-borne protozoan parasites responsible for devastating diseases in humans and animals across the developing world: Leishmania (human leishmaniasis), Plasmodium (human malaria), Trypanosoma (human and animal African trypanosomiasis). Intensive control and elimination efforts are currently ongoing to eliminate visceral leishmaniasis in the Indian subcontinent, malaria in the three continents and HAT in Africa. Our research is closely connected to this as the acquired new knowledge and its translation into innovative tools for diagnosis and surveillance will enhance the ongoing disease-control/elimination programmes and their follow-up.
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& 90 others, , 2021, In : Nature Chemical Biology. 17, 4, p. 363-368 6 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Comment/debate
Algorithm for the support of non-related (serious) adverse events in an Ebola vaccine trial in the Democratic Republic of the CongoLemey, G., Larivière, Y., Zola, T. M., Maketa, V., Matangila, J., Mitashi, P., Vermeiren, P., Thys, S., De Bie, J., Muhindo, H. M., Ravinetto, R., Van Damme, P. & Van Geertruyden, J-P., 28-Jun-2021, In : BMJ Global Health . 6, 6
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Domagalska, M. A., Begley, K. L., Liu, C., Rangnekar, V. M., Dujardin, J-C., Watt, D. S., Landfear, S. M. & Guy, R. K., 2021, In : Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 64, 16, p. 12152-12162 11 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › A1: Web of Science-article