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Micro-epidemiology and spatial heterogeneity of P. vivax parasitaemia in riverine communities of the Peruvian Amazon: A multilevel analysis.

Bibliographic reference Carrasco-Escobar, Gabriel ; Gamboa, Dionicia ; Castro, Marcia C ; Bangdiwala, Shrikant I ; Rodriguez, Hugo ; et. al. Micro-epidemiology and spatial heterogeneity of P. vivax parasitaemia in riverine communities of the Peruvian Amazon: A multilevel analysis.. In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 7, no.1, p. 8082 [1-17] (2017)
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