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J P Friel; et al.

Synodontis woleuensis, a new species of mochokid catfish, is described from the Woleu/Mbini/Uoro and Ntem basins of Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

J Mutke; et al.

Using a GIS based approach, a new map of African vascular plant species richness is presented. The underlying phytodiversity dataset comprises metadata on the floras of 450 geographical units in Africa and Madagascar, including the data records used by Lebrun and Barthlott and collaborators for their maps.

J Mercader; et al.

This paper presents quantitative and spatial geoarchaeological data from the site of Mosumu, in the tropical rain forest of continental Equatorial Guinea.

J Mas; et al.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of 8 years of vertical ivermectin distribution on the prevalence and intensity of Onchocerca volvulus infection in the rural population by means of pre- (1989) and post-long term treatment (1998) epidemiological surveys.

J Mas; et al.

A survey for the prevalence, geographical distribution and clinical manifestations of onchocerciasis was conducted on the Island of Bioko, Equatorial Guinea, between 1987-89. The whole population (1799 inhabitants) of thirteen villages distributed around the island was surveyed.

J M Rubio; et al.

A semi-nested, multiplex polymerase chain reaction based on the amplification of the sequences of the 18S small subunit ribosomal RNA gene was tested in a field trial in Equatorial Guinea (a hyperendemic focus of malaria in west central Africa).

J M Rubio; et al.

A semi-nested, multiplex polymerase chain reaction based on the amplification of the sequences of the 18S small subunit ribosomal RNA gene was tested in a field trial in Equatorial Guinea (a hyperendemic focus of malaria in west central Africa).

J C Hunt; et al.

Four sera from Equatorial Guinea (EG) suspected to contain antibody against HIV-1 group O-related viruses were identified on the basis of unusual and differential serologic reactivity in selected commercial assays and Western blot.

G Tudo; et al.

Study of molecular epidemiology of tuberculosis in the districts of Bata and Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, from March 1, 1999 to February 28, 2001.

J C Hunt; et.al

Four sera from Equatorial Guinea (EG) suspected to contain antibody against HIV-1 group O-related viruses were identified on the basis of unusual and differential serologic reactivity in selected commercial assays and Western blot.

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