Hypothesis: Impregnated school uniforms reduce the incidence of dengue infections in school children


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Annelies Wilder-Smith, Andrew Lover, P Kittayapong, G Burnham
Medical Hypotheses, 2011, pp. 861--862


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Wilder-Smith, A., Lover, A., Kittayapong, P., & Burnham, G. (2011). Hypothesis: Impregnated school uniforms reduce the incidence of dengue infections in school children. Medical Hypotheses, 76, 861–862.

Chicago/Turabian
Wilder-Smith, Annelies, Andrew Lover, P Kittayapong, and G Burnham. “Hypothesis: Impregnated School Uniforms Reduce the Incidence of Dengue Infections in School Children.” Medical Hypotheses 76 (2011): 861–862.

MLA
Wilder-Smith, Annelies, et al. “Hypothesis: Impregnated School Uniforms Reduce the Incidence of Dengue Infections in School Children.” Medical Hypotheses, vol. 76, 2011, pp. 861–62.