Geographical patterns of malaria transmission based on serological markers for falciparum and vivax malaria in Ratanakiri, Cambodia

@inproceedings{Kerkhof2016GeographicalPO,
  title={Geographical patterns of malaria transmission based on serological markers for falciparum and vivax malaria in Ratanakiri, Cambodia},
  author={Karen Kerkhof and Vincent Sluydts and Somony Heng and Saorin Kim and Myrthe Pareyn and Laura Willen and Lydie Canier and Siv Sovannaroth and Didier M{\'e}nard and Tho Sochantha and Marc Coosemans and Lies Durnez},
  booktitle={Malaria Journal},
  year={2016}
}
Malaria transmission is highly heterogeneous, especially in low endemic countries, such as Cambodia. This results in geographical clusters of residual transmission in the dry, low transmission season, which can fuel the transmission to wider areas or populations during the wet season. A better understanding of spatial clustering of malaria can lead to a more efficient, targeted strategy to reduce malaria transmission. This study aims to evaluate the potential of the use of serological markers… CONTINUE READING
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