Mayeta Clark 2015

Force of infection is key to understanding the epidemiology of Plasmodium falciparum malaria in Papua New Guinean children

June 4, 2012

This study established a new molecular-epidemiological metric of malaria transmission, the molecular force of infections, and demonstrated that it is the key determinant of the risk of P. falciparum infections and disease in young PNG children.

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Intermittent preventive treatment for malaria in Papua New Guinean infants exposed to Plasmodium falciparum and P. vivax: a randomized controlled trial

March 27, 2012

This large, randomised placebo-controlled trial was the first to demonstrate the efficacy of IPTi for the prevention of malaria in children outside Africa and equally the first to prove its efficacy against P. vivax malaria.

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Modelling the dynamics of Plasmodium falciparum histidine-rich protein 2 in human malaria to better understand malaria rapid diagnostic test performance

March 19, 2012

Background Effective diagnosis of malaria is a major component of case management. Rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) based on Plasmodium falciparumhistidine-rich protein…

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Highly effective therapy for maternal malaria associated with a lower risk of vertical transmission

September 9, 2011

Background The epidemiology of congenital malaria was investigated in a hospital-based malaria surveillance study in Papua, Indonesia. Methods From April…

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The relationship between anti-merozoite antibodies and incidence of P. falciparum malaria: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

January 19, 2010

A novel systematic review and meta-analysis that provided crucial new evidence supporting merozoite antigens as targets of human immunity and vaccine candidates.

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