Mosquito Feeding Assays to Determine the Infectiousness of Naturally Infected Plasmodium falciparum Gametocyte Carriers

@inproceedings{Bousema2012MosquitoFA,
  title={Mosquito Feeding Assays to Determine the Infectiousness of Naturally Infected Plasmodium falciparum Gametocyte Carriers},
  author={Teun Bousema and Rhoel R Dinglasan and Isabelle Morlais and Louis Cl{\'e}ment Gouagna and Travis van Warmerdam and Parfait H. Awono-Amb{\'e}n{\'e} and Sarah I Bonnet and Mouctar Diallo and Mamadou M. Bare Coulibaly and Timol{\'e}on Tchuinkam and Bert Mulder and Geoff A. Targett and Christopher J. Drakeley and Colin Sutherland and Vincent Robert and Ogobara K. Doumbo and Y{\'e}ya Ti{\'e}moko Tour{\'e} and Patricia M Graves and Will F. G. Roeffen and Robert W. Sauerwein and Ashley J. Birkett and Emily Locke and Merribeth J. Morin and Yimin Wu and Thomas S. Churcher},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
INTRODUCTION In the era of malaria elimination and eradication, drug-based and vaccine-based approaches to reduce malaria transmission are receiving greater attention. Such interventions require assays that reliably measure the transmission of Plasmodium from humans to Anopheles mosquitoes. METHODS WE COMPARED TWO COMMONLY USED MOSQUITO FEEDING ASSAY PROCEDURES: direct skin feeding assays and membrane feeding assays. Three conditions under which membrane feeding assays are performed were… CONTINUE READING
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