Boureima Kouriba

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BACKGROUND Modelling malaria parasitaemia as function of fever has been proposed as best alternative to estimate the attributable fraction of malaria fever and the sensitivity and specificity of different case definitions of malaria disease. OBJECTIVES To determine the prevalence of fever and its relation to malaria parasitaemia and to establish a(More)
Our aim was to study the prevalence of the human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) among blood donors and AIDS patients and to examine a clinical correlation between AIDS and HCMV seroprevalence in Bamako (Mali, West Africa). We have used Elisa kits for detecting HIV and HCMV specific antibodies. The HCMV seroprevalence was 89% among AIDS patients, 71% among(More)
The Ebola virus, which became a global health concern in 2014, is an example of an emerging pathogen. Ebola virus disease can only be diagnosed in biosafety level 3 and 4 laboratories, which provide the security required to avoid exposure of both the staff and the environment to the pathogen. These laboratories are often far from the site of outbreaks,(More)
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