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Accuracy and Reliability of Malaria Diagnostic Techniques for Guiding ...

by real-time PCR, microscopy, PALUTOP+4, and OptiMAL-IT, Madagascar, March–September 2006 ... PALUTOP+4 testing gave the following results: in total, 90 cases ...

Accuracy and Reliability of Malaria Diagnostic Techniques for Guiding ...

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INTERIM NOTES ON FIELD DETECTION OF NON-FALCIPARUM MALARIA USING RAPID ...

with the collaboration of the Regional Offices for Africa and the Western Pacific ... Palutop Alldiag. dBest Malaria Rapid Test. Ameritek. Malaria Pf-only Rapid Test ...

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