Items where Author is "Abdulla, S. M."

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Meñe, G. R. and Mpina, M. G. and Lopelo, A. and Nyakarungu, E. L. and Bijeri, J. R. and Elo, A. M. E. and Ondo, F. A. and Garcia, G. A. and Phiri, W. P. and Ali, A. M. and Agobe, J. C. D. and Adegnika, A. A. and Abdulla, S. M.. (2023) Effects of age, gender and soil-transmitted helminth infection on prevalence of Plasmodium infection among population living in bata district, equatorial Guinea. Trop Med Infect Dis, 8 (3). p. 149.


Huho, B. J. and Killeen, G. F. and Ferguson, H. M. and Tami, A. and Lengeler, C. and Charlwood, J. D. and Kihonda, A. and Kihonda, J. and Kachur, S. P. and Smith, T. A. and Abdulla, S. M.. (2012) Artemisinin-based combination therapy does not measurably reduce human infectiousness to vectors in a setting of intense malaria transmission. Malaria journal, Vol. 11 , 118.

Khatib, R. A. and Skarbinski, J. and Njau, J. D. and Goodman, C. A. and Elling, B. F. and Kahigwa, E. and Roberts, J. M. and Macarthur, J. R. and Gutman, J. R. and Kabanywanyi, A. M. and Smith, E. E. and Somi, M. F. and Lyimo, T. and Mwita, A. and Genton, B. and Tanner, M. and Mills, A. and Mshinda, H. and Bloland, P. B. and Abdulla, S. M. and Kachur, S. P.. (2012) Routine delivery of artemisinin-based combination treatment at fixed health facilities reduces malaria prevalence in Tanzania : an observational study. Malaria journal, Vol. 11 , 140.

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