Author Archives: PLoSNTDs

The role of ‘omics’ in the quest to eliminate human filariasis

by Sara Lustigman, Alexandra Grote, Elodie Ghedin

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Glycosome biogenesis in trypanosomes and the de novo dilemma

by Sarah Bauer, Meredith T. Morris Trypanosomatid parasites, including Trypanosoma and Leishmania, are the causative agents of lethal diseases threatening millions of people around the world. These organisms compartmentalize glycolysis in essential, specialized peroxisomes called glycosomes.

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Neglected tropical diseases: A DFID perspective

by Charlotte Watts

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Mycetoma: A global medical and socio-economic dilemma

by Ahmed H. Fahal

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Guinea worm eradication: Progress and challenges— should we beware of the dog?

by David Molyneux, Dieudonné P. Sankara

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Parasite genomics—Time to think bigger

by Carlos Talavera-López, Björn Andersson

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<i>Taenia solium</i> cysticercosis and taeniosis: Achievements from the past 10…

by Hélène Carabin, Andrea S. Winkler, Pierre Dorny

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Partnering to promote research where it matters

by Michael Eisenstein

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Cystic and alveolar echinococcosis: Successes and continuing challenges

by Christine M. Budke, Adriano Casulli, Peter Kern, Dominique A.

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Building on the success of soil-transmitted helminth control – The future of deworming

by Peter Mark Jourdan, Antonio Montresor, Judd L. Walson

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How to determine if a model is right for neglected tropical disease decision making

by Bruce Y. Lee, Sarah M. Bartsch Mathematical and computational modeling can transform decision making for neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) if the right model is used for the right question

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The <i>PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases</i> decade

by Peter Hotez, Donald A. P. Bundy

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The yin and yang of leishmaniasis control

by Shaden Kamhawi

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The evolving schistosomiasis agenda 2007-2017—Why we are moving beyond morbidity control…

by Charles H. King

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