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Table 1 Number of blood samples collected per village and ethnic group (Pygmies and Bantus) as well as prevalence (%) of Plasmodium falciparum

From: Genetic diversity of Plasmodium falciparum isolates from Baka Pygmies and their Bantu neighbours in the north of Gabon

Collection sites and GPS positions Pygmies Bantus
Number of samples Number of P. falciparum infections (prevalence  %) Number of samples Number of P. falciparum infections (prevalence  %)
Isolated Pygmy villages
 Bitouga (2°07.133′N, 12°07.770′E) 21 13 (62) 0
 Etho (2°05.728′N, 12°09.460′E) 28 9 (32) 0
Mixed villages
 Doumassi (2°09.212′N, 12°07.781′E) 32 13 (40.6) 5 1 (20)
 Zangaville (2°04.474′N, 12°02.476′E) 13 5 (38.4) 10 6 (60)
 Esseng (2°09.726′N, 12°08.321′E) 54 30 (55.5) 0
 NkokAkom (2°10.900′N, 12°07.826′E) 11 8 (72.7) 12 5 (41.6)
 Mimbang (2°11.593′N, 12°07.620′E) 11 7 (63.6) 11 8 (72.7)
Forestry villages
 TTIB (1°36. 201′N, 11°59. 986′E) 0 56 39 (69.6)
 Bordamure (1°02.305′N, 11°41.629′E) 0 39 21 (53.8)
 STIBG (1°00.472′N, 11°55.789′E) 0 39 31 (79.4)
Total 170 85 (50) 172 111 (64.5)