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A World Malaria Map: Plasmodium falciparum Endemicity in 2007

By Simon I Hay, Carlos A Guerra, Peter W Gething, Anand P Patil, Andrew J Tatem, Abdisalan M Noor, Caroline W Kabaria, Bui H Manh, Iqbal R. F Elyazar, Simon Brooker, David L Smith, Rana A Moyeed and Robert W Snow

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Incorporating data from nearly 8,000 surveys ofPlasmodium falciparum parasite rates, Simon Hay and colleagues employ a model-based geostatistical procedure to create a map of global malaria endemicity

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