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Conflict and Health, ISSN 1752-1505, 2010, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp. 3 - 3
Crises due to armed conflict, forced displacement and natural disasters result in excess morbidity and mortality due to infectious diseases. Historically,... 
Respiratory tract infections | Prevention | Demographic aspects | Diagnosis | Research | Risk factors | Prevalence studies (Epidemiology) | Outdoor air quality | Fatalities | Vaccines | Mortality | Streptococcus infections
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Iberoamerican Journal of Development Studies, ISSN 2254-2035, 2018, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp. 82 - 113
This paper deals with the electrification of rural villages in developing countries using Sustainable Energy Systems. The rural electrification feasibility... 
Rural electrification | Sustainable energy systems | HOMER PRO | Optimization | Renewable resources | Microgrids | Case studies | Feasibility studies | sustainable energy systems | renewable resources | optimization | microgrids | rural electrification
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by Blanchet, Karl and El-Zein, Abbas and Langer, Ana and Sato, Motoya and Sato, Miho and Abdulrahim, Sawsan and Abouchacra, Kim and Afifi, Rima and Agnoletto, Vittorio and Akashi, Hidechika and Alameddine, Mohamad and Ansbro, Éimhín and Araújo-Soares, Vera and Assefi, Nassim and Baillie Smith, Matt and Bardus, Marco and Bhabha, Jacqueline and Bjertness, Espen and Borghi, Josephine and Busza, Joanna and Cammett, Melani and Campbell, Oona and Chaaban, Jad and Chalmers, Iain and Checchi, Francesco and Danaei, Goodarz and Dhaini, Hassan and Diaconu, Karin and Diwan, Ishac and Dominguez-Salas, Paula and Dubois, Elizabeth and El Kak, Faysal and Eng, Eugenia and Eyal, Nir and Fawzi, Wafaie and Feder, Gene and Fujiya, Rika and Furukawa, Shota and Furusawa, Kiyoko and Futami, Akane and Germani, Aline and Ghattas, Hala and Giacaman, Rita and Goto, Ryunosuke and Grant, Liz and Greenough, Paul Gregg and Habib, Rima and Hagopian, Amy and Hajat, Shakoor and Hariga, Fabienne and Hatano, Ayako and Hay, Alastair and Holmboe-Ottesen, Gerd and Horiuchi, Sayaka and Hsiao, William and Huber, Daniela and Humble, Darryl and Imano, Taizo and Inoue, Yosuke and Ishizuka, Aya and Ismail, Ruba and Iwata, Rumi and Jabbour, Samer and Jamal, Diana and Jamaluddine, Zeina and Jimba, Masamine and Kabakian, Tamar and Kamiya, Yasuhiko and Karademas, Evangelos and Kashiwagi, Kenichi and Katsuma, Yasushi and Kinjo, Miyuki and Kiriya, Junko and Kitamura, Akiko and Kruk, Margaret E and Kubota, Kazumi and Leaning, Jennifer and Leng, Mhoira and Logam, Lana and Makhoul, Jihad and Matsuno, Akihisa and Matsuo, Yoshimi and McCoy, David and McGovern, Terry and McKee, Martin and McPake, Barbara and Melhem, Nada and Merriman, Anne and Michie, Susan and Millett, Christopher and Mishima, Chiaki and Miyachi, Takashi and Miyata, Hiroaki and Moodie, Rob and Morioka, Mariko and Mulholland, Kim and Mumtaz, Ghina and Murphy, Adrianna and Nagasawa, Eiji and Nagata, Kenichiro and ... and 159 Signatories and 159 signatories
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 09/2018, Volume 392, Issue 10152, pp. 1009 - 1010
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by Abdulla, Salim and Adam, Ishag and Adjei, George O and Adjuik, Martin A and Alemayehu, Bereket and Allan, Richard and Arinaitwe, Emmanuel and Ashley, Elizabeth A and Ba, Mamadou S and Barennes, Hubert and Barnes, Karen I and Bassat, Quique and Baudin, Elisabeth and Berens-Riha, Nicole and Björkman, Anders and Bompart, François and Bonnet, Maryline and Borrmann, Steffen and Bousema, Teun and Brasseur, Philippe and Bukirwa, Hasifa and Checchi, Francesco and Dahal, Prabin and D'Alessandro, Umberto and Desai, Meghna and Dicko, Alassane and Djimdé, Abdoulaye A and Dorsey, Grant and Doumbo, Ogobara K and Drakeley, Chris J and Duparc, Stephan and Eshetu, Teferi and Espié, Emmanuelle and Etard, Jean-François and Faiz, Abul M and Falade, Catherine O and Fanello, Caterina I and Faucher, Jean-François and Faye, Babacar and Faye, Oumar and Filler, Scott and Flegg, Jennifer A and Fofana, Bakary and Fogg, Carole and Gadalla, Nahla B and Gaye, Oumar and Genton, Blaise and Gething, Peter W and Gil, José P and González, Raquel and Grandesso, Francesco and Greenhouse, Bryan and Greenwood, Brian and Grivoyannis, Anastasia and Guerin, Philippe J and Guthmann, Jean-Paul and Hamed, Kamal and Hamour, Sally and Hay, Simon I and Hodel, Eva Maria and Humphreys, Georgina S and Hwang, Jimee and Ibrahim, Maman L and Jima, Daddi and Jones, Joel J and Jullien, Vincent and Juma, Elizabeth and Kachur, Patrick S and Kager, Piet A and Kamugisha, Erasmus and Kamya, Moses R and Karema, Corine and Kayentao, Kassoum and Kiechel, Jean-René and Kironde, Fred and Kofoed, Poul-Erik and Kremsner, Peter G and Krishna, Sanjeev and Lameyre, Valérie and Lell, Bertrand and Lima, Angeles and Makanga, Michael and El Malik, Fatih M and Marsh, Kevin and Mårtensson, Andreas and Massougbodji, Achille and Menan, Hervé and Menard, Didier and Menéndez, Clara and Mens, Petra F and Meremikwu, Martin and Moreira, Clarissa and Nabasumba, Carolyn and Nambozi, Michael and Ndiaye, Jean-Louis and Ngasala, Billy E and Nikiema, Frederic and Nsanzabana, Christian and Ntoumi, Francine and Oguike, Mary and ... and WWARN Artemisinin Based and WWARN Artemisinin based Combination Therapy (ACT) Africa Baseline Study Group and Medicinska och farmaceutiska vetenskapsområdet and Uppsala universitet and Medicinska och farmaceutiska vetenskapsområdet, centrumbildningar mm and Uppsala kliniska forskningscentrum (UCR)
BMC Medicine, ISSN 1741-7015, 09/2015, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp. 212 - 16
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 08/2011, Volume 6, Issue 8, p. e23081
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British Medical Journal, ISSN 0959-8146, 03/2008, Volume 336, Issue 7646, p. 679
Checchi and Barrett examine the continuing importance of African trypanosomiasis which is highlighted in the accompanying paper by Priotto and colleagues, who... 
Drugs | Parasitic diseases | Medical treatment
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by Adjuik, Martin A and Allan, Richard and Anvikar, Anupkumar R and Ashley, Elizabeth A and Ba, Mamadou S and Barennes, Hubert and Barnes, Karen I and Bassat, Quique and Baudin, Elisabeth and Björkman, Anders and Bompart, François and Bonnet, Maryline and Borrmann, Steffen and Brasseur, Philippe and Bukirwa, Hasifa and Checchi, Francesco and Cot, Michel and Dahal, Prabin and D'Alessandro, Umberto and Deloron, Philippe and Desai, Meghna and Diap, Graciela and Djimde, Abdoulaye and Dorsey, Grant and Doumbo, Ogobara and Espié, Emmanuelle and Etard, Jean-Francois and Fanello, Caterina and Faucher, Jean-François and Faye, Babacar and Flegg, Jennifer and Gaye, Oumar and Gething, Peter and González, Raquel and Grandesso, Francesco and Guerin, Philippe and Guthmann, Jean-Paul and Hamour, Sally and Hasugian, Armedy Ronny and Hay, Simon and Humphreys, Georgina and Jullien, Vincent and Juma, Elizabeth and Kamya, Moses and Karema, Corine and Kiechel, Jean and Kremsner, Peter and Krishna, Sanjeev and Lameyre, Valérie and Ibrahim, Laminou and Lee, Sue and Lell, Bertrand and Martensson, Andreas and Massougbodji, Achille and Menan, Hervé and Ménard, Didier and Menéndez, Clara and Meremikwu, Martin and Moreira, Clarissa and Nabasumba, Carolyn and Nambozi, Michael and Ndiaye, Jean-Louis and Nikiema, Frederic and Nsanzabana, Christian and Ntoumi, Francine and Ogutu, Bernhards and Olliaro, Piero and Osorio, Lyda and Ouédraogo, Jean-Bosco and Penali, Louis and Pene, Mbaye and Pinoges, Loretxu and Piola, Patrice and Price, Ric and Roper, Cally and Rosenthal, Philip and Rwagacondo, Claude Emile and Same-Ekobo, Albert and Schramm, Birgit and Seck, Amadou and Sharma, Bhawna and Sibley, Carol Hopkins and Sinou, Véronique and Sirima, Sodiomon and Smith, Jeffery and Smithuis, Frank and Somé, Fabrice A and Sow, Doudou and Staedke, Sarah and Stepniewska, Kasia and Swarthout, Todd and Sylla, Khadime and Talisuna, Ambrose and Tarning, Joel and Taylor, Walter R.J and Temu, Emmanuel and Thwing, Julie and Tjitra, Emiliana and Tine, Roger C.K and Tinto, Halidou and ... and WorldWide Antimalarial Resistance and WorldWide Antimalarial Resistance Network (WWARN) AS-AQ Study Group and The WorldWide Antimalarial Resistance Network (WWARN) AS-AQ Study Group and Medicinska och farmaceutiska vetenskapsområdet and Uppsala universitet and Medicinska och farmaceutiska vetenskapsområdet, centrumbildningar mm and Centrum för klinisk forskning i Sörmland (CKFD)
BMC Medicine, ISSN 1741-7015, 03/2015, Volume 13, Issue 1, p. 66
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