The Evolution & Medicine Review

Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health Advance Access Alert
25 November 2015 to 27 January 2016

Developmental contributions to macronutrient selection: A randomized
controlled trial in adult survivors of malnutrition.
Claudia P Campbell, David Raubenheimer, Asha V Badaloo, Peter D Gluckman,
Claudia Martinez, Alison Gosby, Stephen J Simpson, Clive Osmond, Michael
S Boyne, and Terrence E Forrester
Evol Med Public Health published 27 January 2016, 10.1093/emph/eov030
Birthweight in children who had kwashiorkor and marasmus showed no
independent effect on the intake of protein and energy in adulthood.
However, energy intake and weight gain increase as the percentage of
energy derived from dietary protein (PEP) is reduced, hence risk of
developing obesity with low PEP diets.
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A deep sequencing tool for partitioning clearance rates following
antimalarial treatment in polyclonal infections
Nicole Mideo, Jeffrey A. Bailey, Nicholas J. Hathaway, Billy Ngasala,
David L. Saunders, Chanthap Lon, Oksana Kharabora, Andrew Jamnik, Sujata
Balasubramanian, Anders Björkman, Andreas Mårtensson, Steven R. Meshnick,
Andrew F. Read, and Jonathan J. Juliano
Evol Med Public Health published 27 January 2016, 10.1093/emph/eov036
Our approach for detecting drug resistance identifies rare resistant
parasites in polyclonal infections through their phenotypic signature. By
translating genetic data to clearance phenotypes of parasite
subpopulations in malaria infections, we found rare slow clearing
parasites in Tanzania where resistance to front-line drugs is not thought
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Chronic inflammatory systemic diseases – an evolutionary trade-off
between acutely beneficial but chronically harmful programs
Rainer H Straub and Carsten Schradin plavix over the counter
Evol Med Public Health published 27 January 2016, 10.1093/emph/eow001