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    January 2017
  1. SIMON B, Sow F, Al Mukhaini SK, Al-Abri S, et al
    An outbreak of locally acquired Plasmodium vivax malaria among migrant workers in Oman.
    Parasite. 2017;24:25.
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  2. JUNAID QO, Khaw LT, Mahmud R, Ong KC, et al
    Pathogenesis of Plasmodium berghei ANKA infection in the gerbil (Meriones unguiculatus) as an experimental model for severe malaria.
    Parasite. 2017;24:38.
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  3. PONCE C, Kaczorowski F, Perpoint T, Miailhes P, et al
    Diagnostic accuracy of loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) for screening patients with imported malaria in a non-endemic setting.
    Parasite. 2017;24:53.
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    January 2016
  4. DJIMDE AA, Maiga AW, Ouologuem D, Fofana B, et al
    Gametocyte clearance dynamics following oral artesunate treatment of uncomplicated falciparum malaria in Malian children.
    Parasite. 2016;23:3.
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  5. TRAORE K, Arama C, Medebielle M, Doumbo O, et al
    Do advanced glycation end-products play a role in malaria susceptibility?
    Parasite. 2016;23:15.
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  6. MAGHENDJI-NZONDO S, Nzoughe H, Lemamy GJ, Kouna LC, et al
    Prevalence of malaria, prevention measures, and main clinical features in febrile children admitted to the Franceville Regional Hospital, Gabon.
    Parasite. 2016;23:32.
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  7. SOME AF, Sorgho H, Zongo I, Bazie T, et al
    Polymorphisms in K13, pfcrt, pfmdr1, pfdhfr, and pfdhps in parasites isolated from symptomatic malaria patients in Burkina Faso.
    Parasite. 2016;23:60.
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