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A household-level model of malaria transmission is developed to understand the role of reactive case detection in malaria elimination in diverse transmission settings.
Mathematical modeling is used to evaluate mosquito gene-drive approaches in realistically seasonal spatial settings and to determine constraints on gene-construct parameters and release strategies.
In the Lake Kariba region of Zambia, villages with high and low malaria burden are interconnected, making elimination potentially very challenging.
A star-shaped, drug-containing material is packaged into a capsule that dissolves in the stomach and assumes a shape that cannot pass further down the intestine.
A new computational model was developed to investigate the probability of fertilization over a range of overdispersion parameters and male gamete exploration rates.