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Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors (Wageningen UR Frontis Series)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Epidemiology & medical statistics,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Life Sciences - Zoology - General,
  • Science,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General,
  • Life Sciences - Zoology - Invertebrates,
  • Biotechnology,
  • Science / Biology,
  • Science-Life Sciences - Zoology - General,
  • Science-Life Sciences - Zoology - Invertebrates,
  • Animals, Genetically Modified,
  • Communicable Disease Control,
  • Congresses,
  • Insect Control,
  • methods

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsB.G.J. Knols (Editor), C. Louis (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages210
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8371619M
    ISBN 101402037996
    ISBN 109781402037993

      Malaria vector control in South Africa. Link/Page Citation The progeny of wild-caught females, also identified as An. funestus group, were assayed under laboratory conditions for permethrin resistance using the bottle bioassay as well as the standard WHO method. [26] eds. Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of. Chapter 9 Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors Coetzee M Kruger P Hunt RH Durrheim DN Urbach J Hansford CF Malaria in South Africa: years of learning to control the disease S Afr Med J .


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The need to develop a common research agenda that bridges this gap has been identified as a top priority by all parties involved. Only then shall the goal of developing appropriate genetic-control strategies for vectors of disease become reality.

This book is the reflection of a workshop, held in Nairobi (Kenya) in July Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors Series: Wageningen UR Frontis Series Volume: 11 Edited By: BGJ Knols and C LouisPrice Range: £ - £ Only then shall the goal of developing appropriate genetic-control strategies for vectors of disease become reality.

This book is the reflection of a workshop, held in Nairobi (Kenya) in July It brought together a good representation of both molecular and ecological research and, for the first time, included a significant number of researchers from disease-endemic countries.

Notes Result of a. Contemporary research on genetic control of disease-transmitting insects knows two kinds of scientists: those that work in the laboratory and those known as `field people¿. About this book Contemporary research on genetic control of disease-transmitting insects knows two kinds of scientists: those that work in the laboratory and those known as ‘field people’.

KNOLS, B.G.J. and C. LOUIS (Eds.). Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors.

Proceedings volume of the joint WHO/TDR, NIH/NIAID, IAEA and Frontis workshop on bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors, Nairobi, Kenya, July Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors () Contemporary research on genetic control of disease-transmitting insects knows two kinds of scientists: those that work in the laboratory and those known as ‘field people’.

Wageningen University and Research Centre, Wageningen, The Netherlands. About the book | Table of Contents. Contemporary research on genetic control of disease-transmitting insects knows two kinds of scientists: those that work in the laboratory.

We have recently developed a risk classification matrix for research on transgenic mosquitoes in semi-field systems based on 1) the reproductive ability of the strain tested, 2) the genetic drive system used, and 3) the nature of the effector molecule (M Benedict, H Bossin, and Cited by:   Buy Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors (Wageningen UR Frontis Series) by Knols, B.G.J., Louis, C.

(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors book and free delivery on eligible : C. Knols, B.G.J.,Louis. The Mosquito Biology Unit of ICIPE, spawned by these genetic-control experiments, contributed a rich harvest of information on the ecology, genetics, and behaviour of coastal Kenyan mosquitoes.

BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Rodriguez_mh:malaria, author = {Mario H. Rodriguez}, title = {MH: Malaria and dengue vector biology and control in Latin America. En: Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors}, booktitle = {Edited by Knols BGJ, Louis C, Bogers RJ}, year = {}, publisher = {Springer}}.

– Knols, B.G.J. and Bossin, H. Identification and characterization of field sites for genetic control of disease vectors. In: Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors (Knols, B.G.J & Louis, C., eds).

Contemporary research on genetic control of disease-transmitting insects knows two kinds of scientists: those that work in the laboratory and those known as 'field people'. Over the last decade, both groups seem to have developed differing research priorities, address fundamentally different aspects within the overall discipline of infectious-disease control, and worse, have developed a.

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Get this from a library. Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors. [B G J Knols; C Louis;] -- Contemporary research on genetic control of disease-transmitting insects knows two kinds of scientists: those that work in the laboratory and those known as field people.

Over the last decade, both. Touré YT and Manga L () Ethical, legal and social issues in the use of genetically modified vectors for disease control. In: Knols BGJ and Louis C (eds.), Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors.

Springer, Dordrecht, the Netherlands, pp. Google ScholarCited by: 8. Proceedings of the joint WHO/TDR, NIAD, IAEA and Frontis workshop on bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors, Nairobi, Kenya 14 Author: B.G.J.

Knols and H. Bossin. Biology of Disease Vectors presents a comprehensive and advanced discussion of disease vectors and what the future may hold for their control. This edition examines the control of disease vectors through topics such as general biological requirements of vectors, epidemiology, physiology and molecular biology, genetics, principles of control and Book Edition: 2.

Curtis CF. Review of previous applications of genetics to vector control. In Knols BGJ and Louis C (eds.) Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp.

33– CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Bart G.J. Knols, Ingeborg van Schayk. Title: Report of the working-group meeting: Published in: Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors: [proceedings of the joint WHO/TDR, NIAD, IAEA and Frontis workshop on bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors, Nairobi, Kenya July ].Author: Chr.

Louis, B.G.J. Knols. Biology of Disease Vectors presents a comprehensive and advanced discussion of disease vectors and what the future may hold for their control. This edition examines the control of disease vectors through topics such as general biological requirements of vectors, epidemiology, physiology and molecular biology, genetics, principles of control and Author: William H.

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Whether populations in Africa are susceptible to dengue at the same rates as in Asia and Latin America is difficult to determine from the available data. Several factors may affect the transmission of dengue in Africa, including vector efficiency, viral infectivity, host vulnerability and environmental factors, Cited by: The application of genetic analyses and molecular biological techniques for research on mosquitoes provides opportunities for the development of new disease control strategies (Hill et al., ).Among these opportunities are novel vector control methods for population reduction or replacement (Curtis and Graves, ).Population reduction seeks to decrease the absolute number of mosquitoes Cited by: Scott TW, Rasgon JL, Black WCIV and Gould F, Fitness studies: developing a consensus methodology, in Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors, eds.

Knols BGJ and Louis C. Frontis, Wageningen, The Netherlands, Ch. 16, Rasgon JL, Styer LM and Minnick SL,   Medical entomologists increasingly recognize that the ability to make inferences between laboratory experiments of vector biology and epidemiological trends observed in the field is hindered by a conceptual and methodological gap occurring between these approaches which prevents hypothesis-driven empirical research from being conducted on relatively large and environmentally realistic by: Fitness studies: developing a consensus methodology, in Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors, eds.

Knols BGJ and Louis C. Frontis, Wageningen, The Netherlands, Ch. 16, Rasgon JL, Styer LM and Minnick SL, Traditional vector control research should receive higher priority than transgenic.

Topalis P, Dialynas E, Mitraka E, Deliyanni E, Siden-Kiamos I, Louis C. () A set of ontologies to drive tools for the control of vector-borne diseases. J Biomed. Inform. Research on the biology of vector–pathogen and vector–host interactions, population structure and genetics, insecticide resistance and genetic control methods has benefited from the development of genomics, molecular tools for species and gene diagnostics, transgenesis, reverse genetics and comparative species analyses.

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Springer Publishers, Dordrecht, The by: The explosion of research into the molecular genetics of mosquito vectors has dramatically altered the direction of, and interest in, mosquito population genetics.

The most obvious difference is in the nature of the genetic markers that lie at the heart of studies aimed at Cited by: 2. For Anopheline mosquitoes, the vectors of human malaria, genetic variation in male reproductive success can have important consequences for any control strategy based on the release of transgenic or sterile males.

A quantitative genetics approach was used to test whether there was a genetic component to variation in male reproductive success in a laboratory population of Cited by: Fontenille D, Carnevale P. Malaria and dengue vector biology and control in West and Central Africa.

In: Knols B G J, Louis C, editors. Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors, vol. Wageningen: Frontis-Wageningen International Nucleus for. Bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors.

Proceedings volume of the joint WHO/TDR, NIH/NIAID, IAEA and Frontis workshop on bridging laboratory and field research for genetic control of disease vectors, Nairobi, Kenya, July The sterile insect technique (SIT) is a method of biological insect control, whereby overwhelming numbers of sterile insects are released into the wild.

The released insects are preferably male, as this is more cost-effective and the females may in some situations cause damage by laying eggs in. Mosquito genetic control specialists have been discussing the merits and limitations of modern Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors Cited by:   [] Coetzee M.

Malaria and dengue vector biology and control in southern and eastern Africa. Chapter 9. In:_Knols BGJ, Louis C, eds. Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors.

Wageningen: UR Frontis Series No. 11, ;   Vector-Borne Disease Chris Barker. VM: Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology. Mosquito-borne diseases, Surveillance (see also: Epidemiology) My program focuses on the epidemiology and ecology of mosquito-borne diseases, primarily those caused by West Nile, chikungunya, and dengue viruses, and including other livestock diseases such as Rift Valley fever.

Director Centre for Applied Entomology and Parasitology: Contacting me: Try my office or email me A perspective on the need and current status of efficient sex separation methods for mosquito genetic control.

Parasit Vectors, vol. 11(Suppl 2 In Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors. Kitsos L and.Coetzee, M. () Malaria and dengue vector biology and control in southern and eastern Africa.

pp. – in Knols, B.G.J. & Louis, C. (Eds) Bridging Laboratory and Field Research for Genetic Control of Disease Vectors. Berlin, by:   The recent resurgence of interest in sterile insect techniques to control vector mosquitoes has renewed interest in novel methods for observing mating behavior.

Malarial vectors of the Anopheles gambiae complex are known to mate in swarms at specific locations at dawn and dusk. Most knowledge of mosquito swarming behavior is derived from field observations and a few experimental Cited by: 1.