Oocyst counts from naturally infected mosquitoes collected in Burkina Faso

Anais Bompard, Dari F. Da, R. Serge Yerbanga, Isabelle Morlais, Parfait H. Awono-Ambéné, Roch K. Dabiré, Jean Bosco Ouédraogo, Thierry Lefèvre, Thomas S. Churcher & Anna Cohuet
The population dynamics of human to mosquito malaria transmission in the field has important implica- tions for the genetics, epidemiology and control of malaria. The number of oocysts in oocyst-positive mosquitoes developing from a single, naturally acquired infectious blood meal (herein referred to as a single-feed infection load) greatly influences the efficacy of transmission blocking interventions but still remains poorly documented. During a year-long analysis of malaria parasite transmission in Burkina Faso we caught and...
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