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1-Nov-2005Effect of artemether-lumefantrine policy and improved vector control on malaria burden in KwaZulu-Natal, South AfricaKaren I. Barnes; David N. Durrheim; Francesca Little; Amanda Jackson; Ushma Mehta; Elizabeth Allen; Sicelo S. Dlamini; Joyce Tsoka; Barry Bredenkamp; D. Jotham Mthembu; Nicholas J. White; Brian L. Sharp; University of Cape Town; Health Protection; South African Medical Research Council; Malaria Control Programme; Mahidol University; Churchill Hospital; Organisation Mondiale de la Sante
1-Dec-2015Hitting a moving target: A model for malaria elimination in the presence of population movementSheetal Prakash Silal; Francesca Little; Karen Irma Barnes; Lisa Jane White; University of Cape Town; Mahidol University; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine
1-Jun-2008Increased gametocytemia after treatment: An early parasitological indicator of emerging sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine resistance in falciparum malariaKaren I. Barnes; Francesca Little; Aaron Mabuza; Nicros Mngomezulu; John Govere; David Durrheim; Cally Roper; Bill Watkins; Nicholas J. White; University of Cape Town; Malaria Control Programme; Organisation Mondiale de la Sante; London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; Mahidol University; Hunter Medical Research Institute, Australia
12-Jul-2015Predicting the impact of border control on malaria transmission: a simulated focal screen and treat campaignSheetal P. Silal; Francesca Little; Karen I. Barnes; Lisa J. White; University of Cape Town; Mahidol University; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine
3-Aug-2014Towards malaria elimination in Mpumalanga, South Africa: A population-level mathematical modelling approachSheetal P. Silal; Francesca Little; Karen I. Barnes; Lisa J. White; University of Cape Town; Mahidol University; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine