Research

Microbial larvicides for malaria control in The Gambia

Majambere et al. | 07 Jun 2007 | Malaria Journal

Mosquito larval control may prove to be an effective tool for incorporating into integrated vector management (IVM) strategies for reducing malaria transmission. Here the efficacy of microbial larvicides against Anopheles gambiae s.l. was tested in preparation for a large-scale larviciding programme in The Gambia.

Chikungunya epidemic of the season: officials

Ramya Kannan | 24 Aug 2006 | The Hindu

The city is under assault from the air, with swarms of mosquitoes hovering around and swooping down on the citizens of Chennai.

Comparison of three larviciding options for malaria vector control

S. D. Parvez & S. S. Al-Wahaibi | 01 Jul 2003 | Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal

A field study was carried out over 27 weeks in the south Batinah region of Oman to assess the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of different strategies for vector control of malaria.