The Merits of Malaria Diagnostics during an Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak

de Wit, E.; Falzarano, D.; Onyango, C.; Rosenke, K.; Marzi, A.; Ochieng, M.; Juma, B.; Fischer, R.J.; Prescott, J.; Safronetz, D.; Omballa, V.; Owuor, C.; Hoenen, Thomas GND; Groseth, Allison GND; van Doremalen, N.; Zemtsova, G.; Self, J.; Bushmaker, T.; McNally, K.; Rowe, T.; Emery, S.L.; Feldmann, F.; Williamson, B.; Nyenswah, T.G.; Grolla, A.; Strong, J.E.; Kobinger, G.; Stroeher, U.; Rayfield, M.; Bolay, F.K.; Zoon, K.C.; Stassijns, J.; Tampellini, L.; de Smet, M.; Nichol, S.T.; Fields, B.; Sprecher, A.; Feldmann, H.; Massaquoi, M.; Munster, V.J.

Malaria is a major public health concern in the countries affected by the Ebola virus disease epidemic in West Africa. We determined the feasibility of using molecular malaria diagnostics during an Ebola virus disease outbreak and report the incidence of Plasmodium spp. parasitemia in persons with suspected Ebola virus infection.

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de Wit, E. / Falzarano, D. / Onyango, C. / et al: The Merits of Malaria Diagnostics during an Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak. 2015.

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