Implications of insecticide resistance for malaria vector control with long-lasting insecticidal nets: trends in pyrethroid resistance during a WHO-coordinated multi-country prospective study.

Implications of Insecticide Resistance Consortium; , COLLABORATORS; Cook, J; Tomlinson, S; Kleinschmidt, I; Donnelly, MJ; Akogbeto, M; Adechoubou, A; Massougbodji, A; Okê-Sopoh, M; +40 more... Corbel, V; Cornelie, S; Hounto, A; Etang, J; Awono-Ambene, HP; Bigoga, J; Mandeng, SE; Njeambosay, B; Tabue, R; Kouambeng, C; Fondjo, E; Raghavendra, K; Bhatt, RM; Chourasia, MK; Swain, DK; Uragayala, S; Valecha, N; Mbogo, C; Bayoh, N; Kinyari, T; Njagi, K; Muthami, L; Kamau, L; Mathenge, E; Ochomo, E; Kafy, HT; Bashir, AI; Malik, EM; Elmardi, K; Sulieman, JE; Abdin, M; Subramaniam, K; Thomas, B; West, P; Bradley, J; Knox, TB; Mnzava, AP; Lines, J; Macdonald, M; Nkuni, ZJ; (2018) Implications of insecticide resistance for malaria vector control with long-lasting insecticidal nets: trends in pyrethroid resistance during a WHO-coordinated multi-country prospective study. Parasites & vectors, 11 (1). p. 550. ISSN 1756-3305 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13071-018-3101-4

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