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  • Molecular methods for tracking residual Plasmodium falciparum transmission in a close-to-elimination setting in Zanzibar. [Journal Article]
    Malar J 2020; 19(1):50Grossenbacher B, Holzschuh A, … Felger I
  • CONCLUSIONS: The approach of pre-screening reactive case detection samples in pools of five was ideal for a low prevalence setting such as in Zanzibar. Performing direct PCR on filter paper punches saves substantial time and justifies the higher cost for a polymerase suitable for amplifying DNA directly from whole blood. Molecular monitoring in community samples provided a more accurate picture of infection prevalence, as it identified a potential reservoir of infection that was largely missed by RDT. The developed qPCR-based methodology for screening large sample sets represents primarily a research tool that should inform the design of malaria elimination strategies. It may also prove beneficial for diagnostic tasks in surveillance-response activities.
  • First annulus formation in the European anchovy; a two-stage approach for robust validation. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2020; 10(1):1079Basilone G, Barra M, … Bonanno A
  • The age determination in fast-growing short-living species, such as European anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus), has been widely recognized as a difficult task and bias introduced by readers leads to bias in reconstructing the population age structure. In this context, it is worth to note that age structure of fish population represents key information in fishery ecology and for stock assessment mo…
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