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Receptivity to malaria in Europe


, : Receptivity to malaria in Europe. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 52(1): 109-111

Experimental work has confirmed the refractoriness of Anopheles atroparvus to tropical strains of Plasmodium falciparum to which A. labranchiae may also be refractory. This indicates a lower receptivity to malaria in Europe than the existing vector densities and increasing number of parasite carriers would suggest.

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