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Title: Border malaria associated with multidrug resistance on Thailand-Myanmar and Thailand-Cambodia borders: Transmission dynamic, vulnerability, and surveillance
Authors: Adisak Bhumiratana
Apiradee Intarapuk
Prapa Sorosjinda-Nunthawarasilp
Pannamas Maneekan
Surachart Koyadun
Mahidol University
Mahanakorn University of Technology
Burapha University
Thailand Ministry of Public Health
Keywords: Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology;Immunology and Microbiology;Medicine
Issue Date: 19-Jul-2013
Citation: BioMed Research International. Vol.2013, (2013)
Abstract: This systematic review elaborates the concepts and impacts of border malaria, particularly on the emergence and spread of Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax multidrug resistance (MDR) malaria on Thailand-Myanmar and Thailand-Cambodia borders. Border malaria encompasses any complex epidemiological settings of forest-related and forest fringe-related malaria, both regularly occurring in certain transmission areas and manifesting a trend of increased incidence in transmission prone areas along these borders, as the result of interconnections of human settlements and movement activities, cross-border population migrations, ecological changes, vector population dynamics, and multidrug resistance. For regional and global perspectives, this review analyzes and synthesizes the rationales pertaining to transmission dynamics and the vulnerabilities of border malaria that constrain surveillance and control of the world's most MDR falciparum and vivax malaria on these chaotic borders. © 2013 Adisak Bhumiratana et al.
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http://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/31279
ISSN: 23146141
23146133
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