Microsporidians as evolution-proof agents of malaria control?

  title={Microsporidians as evolution-proof agents of malaria control?},
  author={Jacob C. Koella and Lena Maria Lorenz and Irka Ewa Bargielowski},
  journal={Advances in parasitology},
Despite our efforts at malaria control, malaria remains one of our most serious and deadly diseases. The failure of control stems in part from the parasite's intense transmission in many areas and from the emergence and spread of resistance of the malaria parasites and their mosquito vectors against most of the chemicals used to attack them. New methods for control are desperately needed. However, new methods will be useful only if they are effective (i.e., decrease transmission substantially… CONTINUE READING
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