A comparison of two mathematical models of the impact of mass drug administration on the transmission and control of schistosomiasis.
Truscott, J E; Gurarie, D; Alsallaq, R; Toor, J; Yoon, N; Farrell, S H; Turner, H C; Phillips, A E; Aurelio, H O; Ferro, J; King, C H; Anderson, R M.
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Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-28279453
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