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Pandemics move faster than funders

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The feasibility of novel point-of-care diagnostics for febrile illnesses at health centres in Southeast Asia: a mixed-methods study

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Pf7: an open dataset of Plasmodium falciparum genome variation in 20,000 worldwide samples.

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Modelling the optimal dosing schedule for artemether-lumefantrine chemoprophylaxis against malaria

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Tarning J. et al, (2022), BMC Research Notes, 15

Climate drives the spatiotemporal dynamics of scrub typhus in China

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Ding F. et al, (2022), Global Change Biology

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