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Title: SECRETED OOKINETE PROTEIN AS A MARKER OF INFECTIOUS BITES FOR ASSESSING TRANSMISSION DYNAMICS AT THE POPULATION LEVEL
Authors: Badu, Kingsley
Issue Date: 1-Apr-2019
Publisher: BMJ Specialist Journals
Abstract: Background As malaria transmission intensity declines, the heterogeneity in infectious burden becomes pronounced. There is thus the need for more sensitive tools to identify micro-geographic areas of higher risk for targeted interventions. We sought to evaluate several immunogenic peptides of P. falciparum, secreted ookinete and sporozoite proteins (PSOP24) and possibly validate specific short sequence immunogenic peptides as an infectious bite marker for assessing malaria transmission intensity and dynamics.
Description: An article published by BMJ Specialist Journals
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12474
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