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Oxitec's mosquito, locally known as 'Friendly Aedes aegypti', is a revolutionary and environmentally sustainable tool that has already shown suppression of infestations of the wild Aedes aegypti mosquito, a goal which we've been trying to achieve for many years in Brazil but haven't been able to.
In response to the threat of increased transmission of these viruses, CDPH has developed and distributed guidance to local public health and vector-control agencies to enhance human case and mosquito surveillance, increase knowledge and awareness of these diseases among the general public and the local medical community, and apply intensive Aedes mosquito control and prevention measures (15).
In 2002, Tsuda et al (10) conducted an ecological survey of Aedes dengue vectors in the central part of the Lao PDR.
Aedes species landing on human volunteers (from whom informed consent was obtained) were collected in the morning and late afternoon for 30 min per volunteer, and the density was expressed as female landing PMH.
We developed a framework of the hypothesized relationships between Aedes mosquitoes, DENV, and weather and climate (Figure 1).
This is the first report of larvae of Aedes aegypti and Culex quinquefasciatus in epiphytic bromeliads in semi-urban and rural localities in the province of Tucuman, northwestern Argentina (Fig.
The disease is caused by four strains of virus that are spread by the mosquito Aedes aegypti.
Chikungunya is a viral disease transmitted by the bite of an infected Aedes mosquito.
Chikungunya virus (CHIKV) has been known as enzootic in many countries in Asia and Africa, transmitted by various wild Aedes mosquitoes (7) and has been isolated from different mosquito species (8).
Malaysia released thousands of genetically-modified Aedes mosquitoes into the wild last month in a controversial field trial aimed at fighting dengue fever, local media reported Wednesday.
The field test is meant to pave the way for the use of genetically engineered Aedes aegypti male mosquitoes to mate with females and produce no offspring or ones with shorter lives, thus curtailing the population.