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Ethical considerations for movement mapping to identify disease transmission hotspots. / de Jong, Bouke C; Gaye, Badou M; Luyten, Jeroen; van Buitenen, Bart; André, Emmanuel; Meehan, Conor J; O'Siochain, Cian; Tomsu, Kristyna; Urbain, Jérôme; Grietens, Koen Peeters; Njue, Maureen; Pinxten, Wim; Gehre, Florian; Nyan, Ousman; Buvé, Anne; Roca, Anna; Ravinetto, Raffaella; Antonio, Martin.

In: Emerging Infectious Diseases, Vol. 25, Nr. 7, 2019.

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de Jong, BC, Gaye, BM, Luyten, J, van Buitenen, B, André, E, Meehan, CJ, O'Siochain, C, Tomsu, K, Urbain, J, Grietens, KP, Njue, M, Pinxten, W, Gehre, F, Nyan, O, Buvé, A, Roca, A, Ravinetto, R & Antonio, M 2019, 'Ethical considerations for movement mapping to identify disease transmission hotspots' Emerging Infectious Diseases, vol. 25, nr. 7. https://doi.org/10.3201/eid2507.181421

APA

de Jong, B. C., Gaye, B. M., Luyten, J., van Buitenen, B., André, E., Meehan, C. J., ... Antonio, M. (2019). Ethical considerations for movement mapping to identify disease transmission hotspots. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 25(7). https://doi.org/10.3201/eid2507.181421

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de Jong BC, Gaye BM, Luyten J, van Buitenen B, André E, Meehan CJ et al. Ethical considerations for movement mapping to identify disease transmission hotspots. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 2019;25(7). https://doi.org/10.3201/eid2507.181421

Author

de Jong, Bouke C ; Gaye, Badou M ; Luyten, Jeroen ; van Buitenen, Bart ; André, Emmanuel ; Meehan, Conor J ; O'Siochain, Cian ; Tomsu, Kristyna ; Urbain, Jérôme ; Grietens, Koen Peeters ; Njue, Maureen ; Pinxten, Wim ; Gehre, Florian ; Nyan, Ousman ; Buvé, Anne ; Roca, Anna ; Ravinetto, Raffaella ; Antonio, Martin. / Ethical considerations for movement mapping to identify disease transmission hotspots. In: Emerging Infectious Diseases. 2019 ; Vol. 25, Nr. 7.

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