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Tuttle, M. L.; et al.

This report was prepared as part of the World Energy Project of the U.S. Geological Survey’s Energy Resources Program. The purpose of this effort is to assess the quantities of oil, gas, and natural gas liquids that have the potential to be added to reserves within the next 30 years.

Blanco, M. A.; et al.

The aim of the study was to perform a molecular characterization of clinical isolates of Cryptosporidium species from Equatorial Guinea. Standard laboratory methods were used to identify 35 cryptosporidiosis cases among 185 patients.

Luiselli, Luca; et al.

The IUCN Red List status of Kinixys homeana is reassessed using interviews, field surveys, recent and old literature, and extrapolation of local trends (mainly in Nigeria). Available data indicate that numbers have declined drastically in recent years due primarily to habitat loss, hunting, and export for the pet trade.

Lejon V; et al.

Using the assay, the antibody profiles of paired serum and cerebrospinal fluid samples of 28 patients have been studied. Total concentrations of various Ig isotypes were determined as well.

Millet JP; et. al

International travel and migration have been related with an increase of imported malaria cases. There has been considerable immigration to Barcelona from low-income countries (LIC) in recent years.

Laporte NT; Et. al
June 8, 2007

Industrial logging has become the most extensive land use in Central Africa, with more than 600,000 square kilometers (30%) of forest currently under concession. With use of a time series of satellite imagery for the period from 1976 to 2003, we measured 51,916 kilometers of new logging roads.

Langand J; et al.

A polymerase chain reaction-based polymorphic assay procedure (RAPD) was used to study the genetic diversity of intermediate host snails within the genus Bulinus.

L A Spearman; et al.

An annotated list of the Papilionoidea, and Hesperioidea and collection localities of Bioko Island (Equatorial Guinea), Africa is provided with discussions of nomenclatural problems and confusion surrounding locality synonomy.

Kumpel N.F.; et al.

We collected data on hunter profiles and measures of catch and effort over 15 months in the Monte Mitra area of continental Equatorial Guinea, through interviews, hunter follows and an offtake survey. Younger trappers, and those not born in the village, were found to expend the greatest trapping effort.

Kremsner PG; et al.

Circulating anodic and cathodic Schistosoma antigens (CAA and CCA) have been determined by enzyme immunoassays in serum and urine of 60 individuals infected with S. intercalatum in Equatorial Guinea.

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