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A new world malaria map: Plasmodium falciparum endemicity in 2010

Gething, Peter, Patil, Anand, Smith, David, Guerra, Carlos, Elyazar, Iqbal, Johnston, Geoffrey, Tatem, Andrew, Hay, Simon
Malaria Journal 10(1), 378. (2011)

BACKGROUND:Transmission intensity affects almost all aspects of malaria epidemiology and the impact of malaria on human populations. Maps of transmission intensity are necessary to identify populations at different levels of risk and to evaluate objectively options for disease control. To remain relevant operationally, such maps must be updated fre...

A world malaria map: Plasmodium falciparum endemicity in 2007

Hay, S. I., Guerra, C. A., Gething, P. W., Patil, A. P., Tatem, A. J., Noor, A. M., Kabaria, C. W., Manh, B. H. , Elyazar, I. R. F., Brooker, S. , Smith, D. L. , Moyeed, R. A., Snow, R. W.

BACKGROUND: Efficient allocation of resources to intervene against malaria requires a detailed understanding of the contemporary spatial distribution of malaria risk. It is exactly 40 y since the last global map of malaria endemicity was published. This paper describes the generation of a new world map of Plasmodium falciparum malaria endemicity fo...

Are the costs correct?

Guyatt, H.
Trends Parasitol 18(3), 104-5. (Mar 2002)

Behavioral responses of Aedes aegypti and Culex quinquefasciatus (Diptera: Culicidae) to four essential oils in Thailand

Suwansirisilp, K., Visetson, S., Prabaripai, A., Tanasinchayakul, S., Grieco, J. P., Bangs, M. J., Chareonviriyaphap, T.
J Pest Sci 86(2), 309-320. (Jun 2013)

The behavioral effects of four essential oils extracted from orange peel (Citrus aurantium L.), cinnamon leaf (Cinnamomum verum J. Presl), citronella grass (Cymbopogon winterianus Jowitt), and clove flower [Syzygium aromaticum (L.) Merrill & Perry] were evaluated against two medically important species of mosquitoes, Aedes aegypti (L.) and Culex qu...

Behavioral Responses of Catnip (Nepeta Cataria) by Two Species of Mosquitoes, Aedes Aegypti and Anopheles Harrisoni, in Thailand

Polsomboon, S., Grieco, J. P., Achee, N. L., Chauhan, K. R., Tanasinchayakul, S., Pothikasikorn, J., Chareonviriyaphap, T.
J Am Mosquito Contr 24(4), 513-519. (Dec 2008)

An investigation of the biological effect of catnip oil (Nepeta cataria L.) on the behavioral response of field collected Aedes aegypti and Anopheles harrisoni was conducted using an automated excito-repellency test system. Aedes aegypti showed significantly higher escape rates from the contact chamber at 5% catnip oil compared to other concentrati...

Characterization of Spatial Repellent, Contact Irritant, and Toxicant Chemical Actions of Standard Vector Control Compounds

Achee, N. L., Sardelis, M. R., Dusfour, I., Chauhan, K. R., Grieco, J. P.
J Am Mosquito Contr 25(2), 156-167. (Jun 2009)

A previously described modular high-throughput screening system was used to characterize the spatial repellent, contact irritant, and toxicant chemical actions of 14 compounds historically used or under investigation for vector control. The response of F(1)-F(4) Aedes aegypti (Thailand strain) to various concentrations of 4 organochlorines (chlorda...

Chemically induced behavioral responses in Anopheles minimus and Anopheles harrisoni in Thailand

Tisgratog, Rungarun, Tananchai, Chatchai, Bangs, Michael J., Tainchum, Krajana, Juntarajumnong, Waraporn, Prabaripai, Atchariya, Chauhan, Kamlesh R., Pothikasikorn, Jinrapa, Chareonviriyaphap, Theeraphap
Journal of Vector Ecology 36(2), 321-331. (Dec 2011)

Behavioral responses of female mosquitoes representing two species in the Minimus Complex exposed to an operational field dose of bifenthrin or DEET (N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide) were described using an excito-repellency test system. Two test populations of An. minimus, one from the field (Tak Province, western Thailand), the other from a long-establis...

Commentary: malaria control in the 1990s

Trigg, P. I., Kondrachine, A. V.
Bull World Health Organ 76(1), 11-6. (1998)

In May 1955 the Eighth World Health Assembly adopted a Global Malaria Eradication Campaign based on the widespread use of DDT against mosquitos and of antimalarial drugs to treat malaria and to eliminate the parasite in humans. As a result of the Campaign, malaria was eradicated by 1967 from all developed countries where the disease was endemic and...