The book Advances in Computer Science and Engineering constitutes the revised selection of 23 chapters written by scientists and researchers from all over the world. The chapters cover topics in the scientific fields of Applied Computing Techniques, Innovations in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Applications and Advances in Applied Modeling.
It is too incongruous to cover the complete topics, based on infectious disease, but I
have performed my level best workings to include a big portion of the curriculum.
Analyses, information, gathered in this book, have been integrated from a variety of
national and international journals, to institute this text. My wholehearted effort will
be successful, if societal advantage may be achieved to the civilization.
Malaria risk exists in Myanmar throughout the year: 29% of the population live in high risk areas, 24% in
moderate risk areas and 18% in low risk areas. Apart from those living in endemic areas, a major risk
group are non-immune adult migrants in forest areas who work in gem mining, logging, agriculture,
plantations and construction.
The full extent of the burden of malarial disease is likely to be higher than records indicate due to a poor
reporting system. The disease is endemic in 284 townships out of 324. One hundred of these townships
account for 53% of the...
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A computational model of gene expression reveals early transcriptional events at the subtelomeric regions of the malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum...
These included the following: (1) obtaining official infor-
mation to proceed with the project from the LGA au-
thorities; (2) consent of the mothers of under-5 children
to fully participate at all stages of the project was
obtained; (3) fifty households were selected in a nearby
community (Ilaporu) for pre-testing of the questionnaire
before large-scale study - the questionnaires were pre-
tested with the research assistants, who had debriefing
on field experiences and proffered solutions to identified
problems - amendments were made, which led to re-
designing aspects of the ins...
Malaria vaccine discovery and development follow two principal strategies.
Most subunit vaccines are designed to mimic naturally acquired immunity
that develops over years upon continuous exposure to Plasmodiumtrans-mission. Experimental model vaccines, such as attenuated live parasites
and transmission-blocking antigens, induce immune responses superior to
naturally acquired immunity.
Since 2005, the international development
perspectives have broadened, with new funding
sources, partnerships and configurations of
stakeholders. Global public-health initiatives
such as the Global Alliance for Vaccines and
Immunisation (GAVI) and the Global Fund to fight
AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) have
matured their operations and increasingly become
significant sources of revenue for national health
budgets in many low-income countries.
Under GHI, the U.S. is committed to supporting partner country government efforts to streamline reporting and
administrative requirements. We are supporting country-led data collection and analysis and harmonizing GHI report-
ing requirements with those of other donors and multilateral organizations.
In an ideal world scientists would not use animals (mainly mice and
rats) for medical research. They would use alternative techniques.
In fact, they are doing so increasingly. Non-animal methods
now account for about 90% of medical research and include
mathematical and computer models, advanced tissue and cell
cultures and scanning technology.
However, the scientiﬁc consensus is that many key questions can
still only be answered by animal studies.