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01.12.2012 | Research | Ausgabe 1/2012 Open Access

Malaria Journal 1/2012

Assessment of the risk of malaria re-introduction in the Maremma plain (Central Italy) using a multi-factorial approach

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Malaria Journal > Ausgabe 1/2012
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Roberto Romi, Daniela Boccolini, Roberto Vallorani, Francesco Severini, Luciano Toma, Maurizio Cocchi, Angelo Tamburro, Gianni Messeri, Antonio Crisci, Luca Angeli, Roberto Costantini, Irene Raffaelli, Giorgio Pontuale, Isabelle Thiéry, Annie Landier, Gilbert Le Goff, Anna Maria Fausto, Marco Di Luca
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The authors declare that they have no competing interests.

Authors' contributions

RR conceived, designed and coordinated the study, taking also part in field activities and writing and revising the text. DB, LT and MDL were responsible of field work of the 3 sites of longitudinal surveillance; they also performed molecular identification of mosquitoes, carried out the analysis of entomological data and collaborated to the analysis of the past literature. FS screened morphologically the specimens from the field, being also in charge of the GIS improvement and of the acquisition and management of all field data. MC, IR and GP were involved mainly in rice fields surveillance by fortnightly inspections of the animal shelters, larval collection and in data analysis. AT coordinated the field activities "in loco"(Grosseto) also collecting demographic, economic and historical data. RV GM and AC created the weather-derived mathematical model, evaluated the GMR and performed all statistical analysis; LA and RC implemented the distribution static/predictive maps; IT and AL performed P. falciparum cultures and experimental infections. GLG carried out the molecular analysis for the sporozoites and revised critically the text. AMF was in charge of field activities carried out in upper Latium Region. All Authors participating in writing the manuscript and all of them read and approved the final version.

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