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Fig. 4 | Malaria Journal

Fig. 4

From: Frequency of RANTES gene polymorphisms and their association with incidence of malaria: a longitudinal study on children in Iganga district, Uganda

Fig. 4

Kaplan–Meier plots for re-infection by RANTES −403 genotype (GG, GA or AA). Cumulative re-infections are plotted against weeks to the next infection. Following an active follow-up with home visits once every 2 weeks, information about re-infection was obtained from the study participants. Using a Cox proportion hazard regression model, adjusting for age, malaria history and ITN use, the predictors of length of time to first re-infection for GG (wild-type); GA (heterozygous) and AA (homozygous) were not statistically different with p-value of 0.21 and 0.42, respectively

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