This table is meant to assist persons in finding US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-registered pesticides that may be used against the causative agents of selected foreign animal diseases in farm settings, as permitted by the EPA-registered product label.
An experimental program that gave drugs to 365,000 people in malarial hotspots in Myanmar has succeeded in substantially reducing and even sometimes clearing malaria completely from villages.
The global malaria mortality rate fell by 60 percent between 2000 and 2015; however, challenges such as drug and insecticide resistance threaten to reverse the progress made.
The Institut Pasteur de Madagascar and the International Rotary Club Foundation have launched a program to fight malaria in the country.
Researchers found that malaria-carrying mosquitoes die after feeding on the blood of humans given super-strength doses of Ivermectin.
Poland has confirmed 108 outbreaks of African swine fever.
The discovery opens door to studying Ebola inhibitors in any lab without needing extreme safety precautions.
Sofosbuvir, a nucleotide analog inhibitor of the Hepatitis C RNA-dependent RNA polymerase was recently shown to be protective against Zika virus both in vitro and in vivo.
Researchers believe they may be able to use transchromosomic cattle to rapidly produce human antibodies against other human pathogens as well, in as few as three months.
The dominant type of cholera is naturally resistant to one type of antibiotic usually used as a treatment of last resort.