A study was conducted on "Mosquito species diversity and malaria transmission in Ayos, an area of degraded forest targeted for universal long-lasting insecticidal net distribution in southern Cameroon
". This was to evaluate the anopheline diversity and transmission of malaria in Ayos, a degraded forest area in the south of Cameroon, targeted for the distribution of long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs). The article was published in the journal "African Entomology"
, reference: 22(3): 602–610 (2014).
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Publié le lundi 27 octobre 2014