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Table 1 Weighted malaria prevalences and number of febrile infections in the study area and neighbourhoods, determined by microscopy and real time quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR)

From: Changing plasma cytokine, chemokine and growth factor profiles upon differing malaria transmission intensities

 Diagnostic20102013
Individuals testedInfectedWeighted prevalence of infection (%)Lower 95% CIUpper 95% CIFebrile infectionsIndividuals testedInfectedWeighted prevalence of infection (%)Lower 95% CIUpper 95% CIFebrile infections
Whole study areaaMicroscopy975131.110.562.213 (23%)944455.223.647.4218 (40%)
qPCR97010612.5910.0915.615 (14%)80816223.8620.1827.9943 (26%)
MaragraMicroscopy22430.90.223.641 (33%)20653.91.579.354 (80%)
qPCR2233317.3111.8524.63 (9%)1712318.812.1927.865 (22%)
ManhiçaMicroscopy29720.230.060.911 (50%)362123.211.516.682 (17%)
qPCR299279.275.8414.424 (15%)2984517.3712.3423.896 (13%)
MalaveleMicroscopy5612.550.3616.131 (100%)52411.873.5533.052 (50%)
qPCR55713.755.6829.672 (28%)481019.498.3539.175 (50%)
PalmeiraMicroscopy20631.110.274.460 (0%)19563.431.318.682 (33%)
qPCR205158.94.8415.81 (7%)1744231.1922.9140.8712 (28%)
Ilha JosinaMicroscopy12434.21.1114.650 (0%)761724.4713.9439.337 (41%)
qPCR1202123.9514.7336.474 (19%)70345236.9866.6713 (38%)
TaningaMicroscopy6810.510.073.580 (0%)5210.50.073.561 (100%)
qPCR6835.681.4819.41 (33%)46822.2410.0942.162 (25%)
  1. a11 individuals participated in both surveys