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PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases is dedicated to research that addresses the neglected, the forgotten, and the under-resourced, in order to improve the health and prosperity of all the world’s people. We work alongside researchers spanning every continent who are deeply rooted in under-resourced communities. We amplify their voices through Open Access and Open Science practices to make this knowledge accessible and inspire greater change far beyond immediate borders. Scope PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases publishes research devoted to the pathology, epidemiology, prevention, treatment and control of the neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), as well as relevant public health and policy. We define NTDs as poverty-promoting infectious diseases that primarily occur in rural areas and poor urban areas of low-income and middle-income countries, but can also affect specific communities within high-income countries. Their impact on child health and development, pregnancy, and worker productivity, as well as their stigmatizing features, prevent equity and economic stability. The journal focuses on human disease, human health, translational, clinical, and epidemiological studies. Below is a non-exhaustive list of topics we are currently interested in. We are open to conversations with our communities about scope adjustments that reflect their changing needs.

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2020-01-24Plasma metabolomics of the time resolved response to Opisthorchis felineus infection in an animal model (golden hamster, Mesocricetus auratus)Kokova, Daria; Verhoeven, Aswin; Perina, Ekaterina A.; Ivanov, Vladimir V.; Knyazeva, Elena M.; Saltykova, Irina V.; Mayboroda, Oleg A.
2020-06-29Opisthorchis felineus infection, risks, and morbidity in rural Western Siberia, Russian FederationFedorova, Olga S.; Fedotova, Marina M.; Zvonareva, Olga I.; Mazeina, Sofia V.; Kovshirina, Yulia V.; Sokolova, Tatiana S.; Golovach, Ekaterina A.; Kovshirina, Anna E.; Konovalova, Uliana V.; Kolomeets, Ivan L.; Gutor, Sergey S.; Petrov, Vyacheslav A.; Hattendorf, Jan; Ogorodova, Ludmila M.; Odermatt, Peter
2015-04-02Opisthorchiasis: An Overlooked DangerOgorodova, Ludmila M.; Fedorova, Olga S.; Sripa, Banchob; Mordvinov, Viatcheslav A.; Katokhin, Aleksei V.; Keiser, Jennifer; Odermatt, Peter; Brindley, Paul J.; Mayboroda, Oleg A.; Velavan, Thirumalaisamy P.; Freidin, Maxim B.; Sazonov, Alexey E.; Saltykova, Irina V.; Pakharukova, Mariya Y.; Kovshirina, Yulia V.; Kaloulis, Kostas; Krylova, Olga Y.; Yazdanbakhsh, Maria
2016-07-22Biliary Microbiota, Gallstone Disease and Infection with Opisthorchis felineusSaltykova, Irina V.; Petrov, Vjacheslav A.; Logacheva, Maria D.; Ivanova, Polina G.; Merzlikin, Nikolay V.; Sazonov, Alexey E.; Ogorodova, Ludmila M.; Brindley, Paul J.
2017-07-14Magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy for differential assessment of liver abnormalities induced by Opisthorchis felineus in an animal modelPershina, Alexandra G.; Ivanov, Vladimir V.; Efimova, Lina V.; Shevelev, Oleg B.; Vtorushin, Sergey V.; Perevozchikova, Tatjana V.; Sazonov, Alexey E.; Ogorodova, Ludmila M.
2017-10-31Exploratory metabolomics study of the experimental opisthorchiasis in a laboratory animal model (golden hamster, Mesocricetus auratus)Kokova, Daria A.; Kostidis, Sarantos; Morello, Judit; Dementeva, Nataly; Perina, Ekaterina A.; Ivanov, Vladimir V.; Ogorodova, Ludmila M.; Sazonov, Aleksey E.; Saltykova, Irina V.; Mayboroda, Oleg A.
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