Latest Aedes aegypti posts
The S139N mutation in Zika M-protein has been found to increase severity of neurolovirulence, including microcephaly.
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How to use genetics and serology to understand the spread of dengue infections.
With almost 1400 cases and 250 deaths, Brazil is currently experiencing the largest outbreak of yellow fever since the 1940s.… Read more »
Mosquito bites cause an immune response that unwittingly enhances the establishment of mosquito-transmitted diseases.
In addition to viruses such as Dengue and Zika, Aedes mosquitoes are responsible for transmitting roundworms that can cause… Read more »
Yesterday, November 3, 2016, was the 1st official One Health Day, devoted to bring global attention to the need to consider the… Read more »
Luke Alphey, Group Leader of Vector-borne Viral Diseases at the Pirbright Institute in the UK, former Research Director of Oxitec… Read more »
As a follow-up to last weeks post on genetic control of mosquitoes, I invited Derric Nimmo, the head of public health research at… Read more »
Genetic control methods, such as those containing Wolbachia, or the Oxitec solution, are ready to be deployed against Aedes… Read more »