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Mbuba, E. and Odufuwa, O. G. and Moore, J. and Mmbaga, S. and Tchicaya, E. and Edi, C. and Chalageri, V. and Uragayala, S. and Sharma, A. and Rahi, M. and Raghavendra, K. and Eapen, A. and Koenker, H. and Ross, A. and Moore, S. J.. (2023) Multi-country evaluation of the durability of pyrethroid plus piperonyl-butoxide insecticide-treated nets: study protocol. Malar J, 22. p. 30.

Tambwe, M. M. and Kibondo, U. A. and Odufuwa, O. G. and Moore, J. and Mpelepele, A. and Mashauri, R. and Saddler, A. and Moore, S. J.. (2023) Human landing catches provide a useful measure of protective efficacy for the evaluation of volatile pyrethroid spatial repellents. Parasit Vectors, 16. p. 90.


Mbwambo, S. G. and Bubun, N. and Mbuba, E. and Moore, J. and Mbina, K. and Kamande, D. and Laman, M. and Mpolya, E. and Odufuwa, O. G. and Freeman, T. and Karl, S. and Moore, S. J.. (2022) Comparison of cone bioassay estimates at two laboratories with different Anopheles mosquitoes for quality assurance of pyrethroid insecticide-treated nets. Malar J, 21. p. 214.

Odufuwa, O. G. and Moore, S. J. and Mboma, Z. M. and Mbuba, E. and Muganga, J. B. and Moore, J. and Philipo, R. and Rashid, M. A. and Bosselmann, R. and Skovmand, O. and Bradley, J.. (2022) Insecticide-treated eave nets and window screens for malaria control in Chalinze district, Tanzania: a study protocol for a household randomised control trial. Trials, 23. p. 578.


Mbuba, E. and Odufuwa, O. G. and Tenywa, F. C. and Philipo, R. and Tambwe, M. M. and Swai, J. K. and Moore, J. D. and Moore, S. J.. (2021) Single blinded semi-field evaluation of MAÏA® topical repellent ointment compared to unformulated 20% DEET against Anopheles gambiae, Anopheles arabiensis and Aedes aegypti in Tanzania. Malar J, 20. p. 12.

Mboma, Z. M. and Festo, C. and Lorenz, L. M. and Massue, D. J. and Kisinza, W. N. and Bradley, J. and Moore, J. D. and Mandike, R. and Akim, I. and Lines, J. and Overgaard, H. J. and Moore, S. J.. (2021) The consequences of declining population access to insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) on net use patterns and physical degradation of nets after 22 months of ownership. Malar J, 20. p. 171.


Musa, Jeremiah J. and Moore, Sarah J. and Moore, Jason and Mbuba, Emmanuel and Mbeyela, Edgar and Kobe, Dickson and Swai, Johnson K. and Odufuwa, Olukayode G.. (2020) Long-lasting insecticidal nets retain bio-efficacy after 5 years of storage: implications for malaria control programmes. Malaria journal, 19. p. 110.

Tambwe, Mgeni M. and Moore, Sarah J. and Chilumba, Hassan and Swai, Johnson K. and Moore, Jason D. and Stica, Caleb and Saddler, Adam. (2020) Semi-field evaluation of freestanding transfluthrin passive emanators and the BG sentinel trap as a "push-pull control strategy" against Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. Parasites and vectors, 13. p. 392.

Lorenz, L. M. and Bradley, J. and Yukich, J. and Massue, D. J. and Mageni Mboma, Z. and Pigeon, O. and Moore, J. and Kilian, A. and Lines, J. and Kisinza, W. and Overgaard, H. J. and Moore, S. J.. (2020) Comparative functional survival and equivalent annual cost of 3 long-lasting insecticidal net (LLIN) products in Tanzania: a randomised trial with 3-year follow up. PLoS Med, 17 (9). e1003248.


Massue, Dennis J. and Lorenz, Lena M. and Moore, Jason D. and Ntabaliba, Watson S. and Ackerman, Samuel and Mboma, Zawadi M. and Kisinza, William N. and Mbuba, Emmanuel and Mmbaga, Selemani and Bradley, John and Overgaard, Hans J. and Moore, Sarah J.. (2019) Comparing the new Ifakara Ambient Chamber Test with WHO cone and tunnel tests for bioefficacy and non-inferiority testing of insecticide-treated nets. Malaria journal, 18. p. 153.

Saddler, A. and Kreppel, K. S. and Chitnis, N. and Smith, T. A. and Denz, A. and Moore, J. D. and Tambwe, M. M. and Moore, S. J.. (2019) The development and evaluation of a self-marking unit to estimate malaria vector survival and dispersal distance. Malaria journal, 18. p. 441.