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Title: Epidemiological characterization of Plasmodium falciparum in the Republic of Cabo Verde: implications for potential large-scale re-emergence of malaria
Authors: Alves, Joana
Roque, Ana Luísa
Cravo, Pedro
Valdez, Tomás
Jelinek, Tomas
Rosário, Virgílio
Arez, Ana Paula
Issue date: 21-Apr-2006
Abstract: Background: Malaria has come near eradication at archipelago of Cabo Verde in 1970. Infections are now only observed in Santiago, where outbreaks occur. In these islands, malaria is considered by the international community as being of limited risk and, therefore, no prophylaxis is recommended. Since the understanding of factors that determine malaria outbreaks are crucial for controlling the disease, the present study aimed to investigate if the malaria infections observed in Santiago Island are maintained in isolated foci and in asymptomatic individuals.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10961/1259
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