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Volume 2019, Article ID 4274315, 1 page
https://doi.org/10.1155/2019/4274315
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Retracted: Amodiaquine-Artesunate versus Artemether-Lumefantrine against Uncomplicated Malaria in Children Less Than 14 Years in Ngaoundere, North Cameroon: Efficacy, Safety, and Baseline Drug Resistant Mutations in pfcrt, pfmdr1, and pfdhfr Genes

Malaria Research and Treatment

Received 7 April 2019; Accepted 7 April 2019; Published 20 June 2019

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Malaria Research and Treatment has retracted the article titled “Amodiaquine-Artesunate versus Artemether-Lumefantrine against Uncomplicated Malaria in Children Less Than 14 Years in Ngaoundere, North Cameroon: Efficacy, Safety, and Baseline Drug Resistant Mutations in pfcrt, pfmdr1, and pfdhfr Genes” [1]. A part of this research was done as a Fulbright Fellowship awarded to Evehe Marie Solange and performed with funding from the US National Institutes of Health (R01 AI55604) in Professor Carol Sibley’s Laboratory at the Department of Genome Sciences, University of Washington Seattle, USA. Drs. Solange and Sibley did not approve publication and funding from the Fulbright Fellowship and the NIH was not acknowledged. The article lacked details of the methods and needs significant revisions.

References

  1. I. M. Ali, P. M. Netongo, A.-T. Barbara et al., “Amodiaquine-artesunate versus artemether-lumefantrine against uncomplicated malaria in children less than 14 years in Ngaoundere, North Cameroon: efficacy, safety, and baseline drug resistant mutations in pfcrt, pfmdr1, and pfdhfr Genes,” Malaria Research and Treatment, vol. 2013, Article ID 234683, 10 pages, 2013. View at Publisher · View at Google Scholar