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PLoS Pathogens was well represented at the 2011 Annual Molecular Parasitology Meeting held from September 11-15th at Woods Hole, MA. The meeting covers all aspects of parasite molecular biology, cell biology, biochemistry, genetics and genomics,
PLoS Pathogens Publications Manager Mary Kohut has provided a great list of journal-related activities happening throughout ASM 2011: Sunday, May 22: 8:15 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. “Microbial Interactions with the Immune System”: Associate Editor Denise
Update: PLoS Pathogens-related sessions and activities announced PLoS Pathogens is pleased to attend ASM 2011, the 111th general meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, to be held in the great city of New Orleans May
As mentioned previously on the blog, PLoS Pathogens was well-represented at the 2010 Annual Molecular Parasitology Meeting at Woods Hole. This meeting, which encompasses many fields relating to parasite molecular biology, was held from September
PLoS Pathogens will be well represented at next week’s 2010 Annual Molecular Parasitology Meeting at Woods Hole. The meeting’s lead organizer Kami Kim (a long-time Pathogens editor), and a number of other journal editors will
In a study published on July 15 in PLoS Pathogens, researchers demonstrate how to genetically alter mosquitoes so they no longer transmit the Plasmodium falciparum parasite, which causes malaria in humans.