Subject: Benin | Experimental hut | Mosquito coil | West African hut | Research | Vector control | Mosquito | RC109-216 | Long-lasting insecticidal net | Ifakara hut | Infectious and parasitic diseases
mesheuropmc: fungi | parasitic diseases
Abstract Background West African and Ifakara experimental huts are used to evaluate indoor mosquito control interventions, including spatial repellents and insecticides. The two hut types differ in size and design, so a side-by-side comparison was performed to investiga... View more
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