Author: PLOS Pathogens

EH!WOZA: Leaving the Lab and Addressing TB Stigmas and Taboos

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I’m a Scientist with Learning Disabilities and That’s Okay!

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Everything You Always Wanted to See about Sex in Leishmania

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Lessons that Last: 200 Pearls and Counting

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Gaining Perspective from Performing HIV/M. tuberculosis co-Infection Research in South Africa

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Gaining Perspective from Performing HIV/M. tuberculosis co-Infection Research in South Africa

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Challenging the Enemy-Tuberculosis- with Full Force

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State of Knowledge on MERS-CoV

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This Week in PLOS NTDs and PLOS Pathogens: NTDs and the End fo the UN MDG, Understanding Defense Mechanisms at the Maternal-fetal Interface, Low-cost Field Microscopy, and More

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This Week in PLOS NTDs and PLOS Pathogens: New Insights Into P. vivax Genome, How Viruses Protect Themselves Against RNA Decay Machinery, Imaging Schisotosomiasis Eggs with Cell Phone Cameras, and More

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