Items where Author is "Lamine, M S"

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Webster, B L and Webster, J P and Gouvras, A N and Garba, A and Lamine, M S and Diaw, O T and Seye, M M and Tchuente, L A T and Simoonga, C and Mubila, L and Mwanga, J R and Lwambo, N J S and Kabatereine, N B and Lange, C N and Kariuki, C and Mkoji, G M and Rollinson, D and Stothard, J R (2013) DNA 'barcoding' of Schistosoma mansoni across sub-Saharan Africa supports substantial within locality diversity and geographical separation of genotypes. Acta Tropica, 128 (2). pp. 250-260.

Garba, A and Lamine, M S and Barkire, N and Djibo, A and Sofo, B and Gouvras, A N and Labbo, R and Sebangou, H and Webster, J P and Fenwick, A and Utzinger, J (2013) Efficacy and safety of two closely spaced doses of praziquantel against Schistosoma haematobium and S. mansoni and re-infection patterns in school-aged children in Niger. Acta Tropica, 128 (2). pp. 334-344.

Gower, C M and Gouvras, A N and Lamberton, P H L and Deol, A and Shrivastava, J and Mutombo, P N and Mbuh, J V and Norton, A J and Webster, B L and Stothard, J R and Garba, A and Lamine, M S and Kariuki, C and Lange, C N and Mkoji, G M and Kabatereine, N B and Gabrielli, A F and Rudge, J W and Fenwick, A and Sacko, M and Dembele, R and Lwambo, N J S and Tchuente, L A T and Rollinson, D and Webster, J P (2013) Population genetic structure of Schistosoma mansoni and Schistosoma haematobium from across six sub-Saharan African countries: Implications for epidemiology, evolution and control. Acta Tropica, 128 (2). pp. 261-274.

Garba, A and Barkire, N and Djibo, A and Lamine, M S and Sofo, B and Gouvras, A N and Bosque-Oliva, E and Webster, J P and Stothard, J R and Utzinger, J and Fenwick, A (2010) Schistosomiasis in infants and preschool-aged children: Infection in a single Schistosoma haematobium and a mixed S. haematobium-S. mansoni foci of Niger. Acta Tropica, 115 (3). pp. 212-219.

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