Transmission-blocking interventions eliminate malaria from laboratory populations

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Blagborough, AM; Churcher, TS; Upton, LM; Ghani, AC; Gething, PW; Sinden, RE;
(2013)
  • Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
  • Journal: Nature Communications,volume 4,page1,812 (eissn: 2041-1723)
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  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC3674233, doi: 10.1038/ncomms2840
  • Subject: PLASMODIUM-FALCIPARUM | ANOPHELES-STEPHENSI | VACCINES | Feeding Behavior | Antimalarials | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | Models, Biological | Malaria | Mice | Atovaquone | Geography | MODEL | Science & Technology - Other Topics | Animals | INFECTIVITY | Female | MD Multidisciplinary | Animals, Laboratory | Anopheles | BERGHEI | MEMBRANE-FEEDING ASSAY | Article | Plasmodium berghei | MOSQUITO | Science & Technology
    mesheuropmc: fungi | parasitic diseases

Transmission-blocking interventions aim to reduce the prevalence of infection in endemic communities by targeting Plasmodium within the insect host. Although many studies have reported the successful reduction of infection in the mosquito vector, direct evidence that th... View more
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