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1Why Actions for Early Treatment of Febrile Illnesses in Children are Delayed by Caregivers
Oyedunni S. Arulogun,Joshua D. Adeniyi,Sola Asa,Caleb A. Adegbenro
International Quarterly of Community Health Education.2012;32(3)219
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2Is Nigeria winning the battle against malaria? Prevalence, risk factors and KAP assessment among Hausa communities in Kano State
Salwa Dawaki,Hesham M. Al-Mekhlafi,Init Ithoi,Jamaiah Ibrahim,Wahib M. Atroosh,Awatif M. Abdulsalam,Hany Sady,Fatin Nur Elyana,Ado U. Adamu,Saadatu I. Yelwa,Abdulhamid Ahmed,Mona A. Al-Areeqi,Lahvanya R. Subramaniam,Nabil A. Nasr,Yee-Ling Lau
Malaria Journal.2016;15(1)219
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3Nigeria Anopheles Vector Database: An Overview of 100 Years' Research
Patricia Nkem Okorie,F. Ellis McKenzie,Olusegun George Ademowo,Moses Bockarie,Louise Kelly-Hope,Christopher N. Mores
PLoS ONE.2011;6(12)e28347
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4Comparative assessment on the prevalence of mutations in the Plasmodium falciparum drug-resistant genes in two different ecotypes of Odisha state, India
Narayani Prasad Kar,Kshipra Chauhan,Nutan Nanda,Ashwani Kumar,Jane M. Carlton,Aparup Das
Infection, Genetics and Evolution.2016;41(12)47
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5Estimation of the Human Blood Index in Malaria Mosquito Vectors in Equatorial Guinea after Indoor Antivector Interventions
Hans J. Overgaard,Simon Abaga,Vasiliki Pappa,Michael Reddy,Adalgisa Caccone
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.2011;84(2)298
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6Acute Kidney Injury in Children with Severe Malaria Is Common and Associated with Adverse Hospital Outcomes
Eunice O Oshomah-Bello,Christopher I Esezobor,Adaobi U Solarin,Fidelis O Njokanma
Journal of Tropical Pediatrics.2020;66(2)218
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7Acute Kidney Injury in Children with Severe Malaria Is Common and Associated with Adverse Hospital Outcomes
Omolade Olayinka Okwa
Journal of Tropical Pediatrics.2020;66(2)31
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8Varying levels of protection against Plasmodium falciparium infection were conferred on non-users of long lasting insecticidal nets (LLINS) sleeping in rooms where different number of LLINS were hung in hyper endemic state of West Africa
A. S. Babalola,O. A. Idowu,O. G. Omilabu
Journal of Parasitic Diseases.2020;66(2)31
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9Varying levels of protection against Plasmodium falciparium infection were conferred on non-users of long lasting insecticidal nets (LLINS) sleeping in rooms where different number of LLINS were hung in hyper endemic state of West Africa
Omolade Olayinka Okwa
Journal of Parasitic Diseases.2019;66(2)31
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10Microsatellite markers reveal low levels of population sub-structuring of Plasmodium falciparum in southwestern Nigeria
Muyiwa K Oyebola,Emmanuel T Idowu,Haddy Nyang,Yetunde A Olukosi,Olubunmi A Otubanjo,Davis C Nwakanma,Samson T Awolola,Alfred Amambua-Ngwa
Malaria Journal.2014;13(1)493
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11A review of malaria transmission dynamics in forest ecosystems
Narayani Kar,Ashwani Kumar,Om P Singh,Jane M Carlton,Nutan Nanda
Parasites & Vectors.2014;7(1)265
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12A review of malaria transmission dynamics in forest ecosystems
Titilope Modupe Dokunmu,Grace Iyabo Olasehinde,David Oladoke Oladejo,Oladeji Olanrewaju,Abisola Akinbobola,Cynthia Ufuoma Adjekukor,Omolara Faith Yakubu,Abiodun Humphrey Adebayo
Parasites & Vectors.2018;1954(1)030001
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13Case-Management of Malaria in Children Attending an Outpatient Clinic in Southwest Nigeria
Juliet Iwelunmor,Rhonda Belue,Iriowen Nwosa,Ayoade Adedokun,Collins O. Airhihenbuwa
International Quarterly of Community Health Education.2014;34(3)255
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14Dominant malaria vector species in Nigeria: Modelling potential distribution of Anopheles gambiae sensu lato and its siblings with MaxEnt
Godwin E. Akpan,Kayode A. Adepoju,Olakunle R. Oladosu,Samuel A. Adelabu,Aysegul Taylan Ozkan
PLOS ONE.2018;13(10)e0204233
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