Walter W. Focke

Nico AS Crowther1
Frederick JWJ Labuschagne1
Maureen Coetzee1
Mthokozisi M Sibanda1
Herminio Muiambo1
1Nico AS Crowther
1Frederick JWJ Labuschagne
1Maureen Coetzee
1Mthokozisi M Sibanda
1Herminio Muiambo
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BACKGROUND The insecticide dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane (DDT) is widely used in indoor residual spraying (IRS) for malaria control owing to its longer residual efficacy in the field compared to other World Health Organization (WHO) alternatives. Suitable stabilization to render these alternative insecticides longer lasting could provide a less(More)
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