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Boubidi, S. C.; Gassen, I.; Khechache, Y.; Lamali, K.; Tchicha, B.; Brengues, Cécile; Menegon, M.; Severini, C.; Fontenille, Didier; Harrat, Z. (2010)
Publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Types: Article
Subjects: dispatch, Algeria, Plasmodium falciparum, Anopheles gambiae, parasites, climate, malaria, transportation, antimalarial drug resistance

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mesheuropmc: parasitic diseases
An outbreak of Plasmodium falciparum malaria occurred in Tinzaouatine in southern Algeria in 2007. The likely vector, Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes, had not been detected in Algeria. Genes for resistance to chloroquine were detected in the parasite. The outbreak shows the potential for an increase in malaria vectors in Algeria.

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