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Title:

The Role of Isolation, Self-protection, and Mosquito Abatement in an Agent-based Model of Dengue Fever Transmission

Image of poster: The Role of Isolation, Self-protection, and Mosquito Abatement in an Agent-based Model of Dengue Fever Transmission
Authors:
Fred W. Selck, Nidhi Bouri, Crystal Franco, Tara Kirk Sell, Amesh A. Adalja
Date posted:
July 17, 2011
Publication type:
Poster
Publication:

(poster) Center for Biosecurity of UPMC, 2011

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Poster available as PDF

Introduction:

Dengue fever (DF), a neglected tropical disease spread by mosquitoes has traditionally been described in compartmental models. Agent-based models provide an alternative means of quantifying the spread of dengue and the eect of various interventions.

Poster available as PDF

 

 

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