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Plasmodium falciparum genomic surveillance reveals spatial and temporal trends, association of genetic and physical distance, and household clustering

Mouhamad Sy, Awa Deme, Joshua Warren, Rachel Daniels, Baba Dieye, Pape Ibrahima Ndiaye, Younous Diedhiou, Amadou Moctar Mbaye, Sarah Volkman, Daniel Hartl, Dyann Wirth, Daouda Ndiaye & Amy Bei
Molecular epidemiology using genomic data can help identify relationships between malaria parasite population structure, malaria transmission intensity, and ultimately help generate actionable data to assess the effectiveness of malaria control strategies. Genomic data, coupled with geographic information systems data, can further identify clusters or hotspots of malaria transmission, parasite genetic and spatial connectivity, and parasite movement by human or mosquito mobility over time and space. In this study, we performed longitudinal genomic surveillance in a...

Adequate vitamin A liver stores estimated by the Modified-Relative Dose Response test are positively associated with breastfeeding but not vitamin A supplementation in Senegalese urban children 9-23 months old: a comparative cross-sectional study

Mane Hélène FAYE, Marie-Madeleine A Diémé, Nicole Idohou-Dossou, Abdou Badiane, Adama Diouf, Ndeye Magatte Ndiaye Ndome & Sherry A Tanumihardjo
Vitamin A supplementation (VAS) in 6-59 month old children is recommended but its sustainability is currently questioned. In Senegal, data suggest that VAS should be maintained, but geographic and age-related specificities need to be addressed by gathering more evidence on the impact of this program. The objective of this comparative cross-sectional study, conducted in urban settings of Dakar, was to evaluate the effectiveness of VAS on vitamin A liver stores (VALS) among 9-23 month old...

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