Serological Measures of Malaria Transmission in Haiti: Comparison of Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Methods

@inproceedings{Arnold2014SerologicalMO,
  title={Serological Measures of Malaria Transmission in Haiti: Comparison of Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Methods},
  author={Benjamin F Arnold and Jeffrey W. Priest and Katy L. Hamlin and Delynn M Moss and John M. Colford and Patrick J. Lammie},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Efforts to monitor malaria transmission increasingly use cross-sectional surveys to estimate transmission intensity from seroprevalence data using malarial antibodies. To date, seroconversion rates estimated from cross-sectional surveys have not been compared to rates estimated in prospective cohorts. Our objective was to compare seroconversion rates estimated in a prospective cohort with those from a cross-sectional survey in a low-transmission population. METHODS AND FINDINGS The… CONTINUE READING
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