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INSECTS 11/03/20 Assessment of Lethal, Sublethal, and Transgenerational Effects of Beauveria Bassiana on the Demography of Aedes Albopictus (Culicidae: Diptera) Dengue fever is one of the most rapidly spreading arthropod-borne diseases.

INSECTS 11/03/20 Assessment of Lethal, Sublethal, and Transgenerational Effects of Beauveria Bassiana on the Demography of Aedes Albopictus (Culicidae: Diptera)

AMB EXPRESS 21/12/19 Beauveria bassiana for the simultaneous control of Aedes albopictus and Culex pipiens mosquito adults shows high conidia persistence and productivity. Ariee F, Ernst WH, Sijm DT (2001) Natural and synthetic organic compounds in the environment- a symposium report.

AMB EXPRESS 21/12/19 Beauveria bassiana for the simultaneous control of Aedes albopictus and Culex pipiens mosquito adults shows high conidia persistence and productivity

Environ Toxicol Pharmacol 10:65–80Article Google Scholar Berry C (2011) The bacterium, Lysinibacillus sphaericus, as an insect pathogen. J Invertebr Pathol 109:1–10. INSECTS 29/06/20 Biological Control of Aedes albopictus: Obtained from the New Bacterial Candidates with Insecticidal Activity. Vector-borne deadly pathogens cause more than 700,000 deaths annually.

INSECTS 29/06/20 Biological Control of Aedes albopictus: Obtained from the New Bacterial Candidates with Insecticidal Activity

They are transmitted by several vectors, among which the mosquito is the most important. Chemical compounds often have devastating side effects, leading to the abandonment of the majority of them. PATHOGENS 07/04/20 A Systematic Review: Is Aedes albopictus an Efficient Bridge Vector for Zoonotic Arboviruses? 1.

PATHOGENS 07/04/20 A Systematic Review: Is Aedes albopictus an Efficient Bridge Vector for Zoonotic Arboviruses?

Introduction The human alteration of Earth’s natural systems has become a great concern and a threat to human health. Indeed, these changes are likely to drive most of the global disease burden over the coming century [1]. PLOS 10/03/20 Wolbachia strain wAu efficiently blocks arbovirus transmission in Aedes albopictus. Abstract The global incidence of arboviral diseases transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes, including dengue, chikungunya, yellow fever, and Zika, has increased dramatically in recent decades.

PLOS 10/03/20 Wolbachia strain wAu efficiently blocks arbovirus transmission in Aedes albopictus

The release of Aedes aegypti carrying the maternally inherited symbiont Wolbachia as an intervention to control arboviruses is being trialled in several countries. However, these efforts are compromised in many endemic regions due to the co-localization of the secondary vector Aedes albopictus, the Asian tiger mosquito. Ae. albopictus has an expanding global distribution following incursions into a number of new territories. PARASITES & VECTORS 28/03/19 Use of mechanical and behavioural methods to eliminate female Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus for sterile insect technique and incompatible insect technique applications.

To develop efficient sex separation methods for SIT and IIT programmes, it is essential to evaluate the efficacy and applicability of different approaches such as the use of basic genetic/molecular tools as well as available mechanical and behavioral methods. Genetic sexing strains (GSS) mostly rely on genes conferring insecticide resistance, with the male being heterozygous for resistance due to Y chromosome translocation, while females are homozygous susceptible. However, these strains may have some stability issues [13, 38, 39]. Therefore, more attention has focused on separation of insects through basic mechanical and behavioral methods. On average, male mosquitoes develop to the pupal stage more rapidly than females, a phenomenon called protandry. This has been exploited for Aedes and Culex mosquitoes [40] for sex separation, and could also be considered for other species for which methods are not yet available.

J Vector Borne Dis 52, March 2015 Status of DDT and pyrethroid resistance in Indian Aedes albopictus and absence of knockdown resistance (kdr) mutation. Parasit Vectors. 2017; 10: 469. Temporal distribution and insecticide resistance profile of two major arbovirus vectors Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus in Yaoundé, the capital city of Cameroon. JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY 19/12/18 Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) on an Invasive Edge: Abundance, Spatial Distribution, and Habitat Usage of Larvae and Pupae Across Urban and Socioeconomic Environmental Gradients.

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JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY 19/12/18 Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) on an Invasive Edge: Abundance, Spatial Distribution, and Habitat Usage of Larvae and Pupae Across Urban and Socioeconomic Environmental Gradients

JOURNAL OF ARTHROPOD-BORNE DISEASES 13/06/17 Bio-Pesticides: New Tool for the Control of Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Culicidae: Diptera) in Pakistan. Akram W, Khan HAA, Hafeez F, Bilal H, Yeon KK, Lee JJ (2010) Potential of citrus seed extracts against dengue Fe- ver mosquito, Aedes albopictus (skuse) (Culicidae: Diptera).

JOURNAL OF ARTHROPOD-BORNE DISEASES 13/06/17 Bio-Pesticides: New Tool for the Control of Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Culicidae: Diptera) in Pakistan

Pak J Botany. 42(4):3343–3348. Ali A, Rehman H, Nisar M, Rafique S, Ali S, Hussain A, Nausheen, Idrees M, Sabri S, Zada H, Hussain S (2013) Seroepi- demiology of dengue fever in Khyber Pakhtunkhawa, Pakistan. Int J Infect Dis. 17 (7): e518–523. Anonymous (2011) Weekly epidemiological report. 2(45): 1–6. J Med Entomol. 2017 Sep 1;54(5) Weak Larval Competition Between Two Invasive Mosquitoes Aedes koreicus and Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae).

PLOS 26/03/18 Maternal invasion history of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus into the Isthmus of Panama: Implications for the control of emergent viral disease agents. Abstract Despite an increase in dengue outbreaks and the arrival of chikungunya and Zika disease in Panama, studies on the demographic history of the invasive Aedes mosquitoes that are the principle vectors of these diseases are still lacking in this region.

PLOS 26/03/18 Maternal invasion history of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus into the Isthmus of Panama: Implications for the control of emergent viral disease agents

Here, we assess the genetic diversity of these mosquitoes in order to decipher their invasion histories into the Isthmus of Panama. DNA sequences from the mitochondrial cytochrome C oxidase I gene obtained from 30 localities in 10 provinces confirmed the presence of more than one mitochondrial haplogroup (i.e., maternal lineage) in each species. The invasion of Aedes albopictus was likely from temperate European countries, as the most frequent and widespread haplogroup in Panama harbored variants that are uncommon elsewhere in the Americas. Two infrequent and geographically restricted Ae. albopictus haplotypes appear to have subsequently invaded Panama from neighboring Costa Rica and the USA, respectively. Introduction Fig 1. Results. PLOS 19/03/18 Assessment of Aedes albopictus reference genes for quantitative PCR at different stages of development.

Abstract Members of the Aedes genus of mosquitoes are widely recognized as vectors of viral diseases.

PLOS 19/03/18 Assessment of Aedes albopictus reference genes for quantitative PCR at different stages of development

Ae.albopictus is its most invasive species, and are known to carry viruses such as Dengue, Chikugunya and Zika. Its emerging importance puts Ae.albopictus on the forefront of genetic interaction and evolution studies. Trop Biomed. 2013 Jun;30(2):220-30. Temephos resistance in field Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Skuse) from Selangor, Malaysia. REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE ENTOMOLOGIA - 2017 - Effects of temephos resistance on life history traits of Aedes albopictus (Skuse) (Diptera: Culicidae), a vector of arboviruses. PLOS 18/10/17 Genome-wide SNPs reveal the drivers of gene flow in an urban population of the Asian Tiger Mosquito, Aedes albopictus. Abstract Aedes albopictus is a highly invasive disease vector with an expanding worldwide distribution.

PLOS 18/10/17 Genome-wide SNPs reveal the drivers of gene flow in an urban population of the Asian Tiger Mosquito, Aedes albopictus

Genetic assays using low to medium resolution markers have found little evidence of spatial genetic structure even at broad geographic scales, suggesting frequent passive movement along human transportation networks. Here we analysed genetic structure of Aedes albopictus collected from 12 sample sites in Guangzhou, China, using thousands of genome-wide single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). We found evidence for passive gene flow, with distance from shipping terminals being the strongest predictor of genetic distance among mosquitoes. As further evidence of passive dispersal, we found multiple pairs of full-siblings distributed between two sample sites 3.7 km apart.

Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2008 Dec;79(6):866-75. Rapid identification of Aedes albopictus, Aedes scutellaris, and Aedes aegypti life stages using real-time polymerase chain reaction assays. PLOS 26/06/17 Peridomestic Aedes malayensis and Aedes albopictus are capable vectors of arboviruses in cities. Abstract Background Dengue and chikungunya are global re-emerging mosquito-borne diseases. In Singapore, sustained vector control coupled with household improvements reduced domestic mosquito populations for the past 45 years, particularly the primary vector Aedes aegypti.

However, while disease incidence was low for the first 30 years following vector control implementation, outbreaks have re-emerged in the past 15 years. Epidemiological observations point to the importance of peridomestic infection in areas not targeted by control programs. Methods We carried out entomological surveys to identify the Aedes species present in vegetated sites in highly populated areas and determine whether mosquitoes were present in open-air areas frequented by people. Results. PESTICIDE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY - 2012 - Insecticide resistance in the major dengue vectors Aedes albopictus and Aedes aegypti. PLOS 10/04/17 Carboxylesterase gene amplifications associated with insecticide resistance in Aedes albopictus: Geographical distribution and evolutionary origin. Abstract Background Aedes albopictus is one of the most invasive human disease vectors. Its control has been largely based on insecticides, such as the larvicide temephos. Temephos resistance has been associated with the up-regulation, through gene amplification, of two carboxylesterase (CCE) genes closely linked on the genome, capable of sequestering and metabolizing temephos oxon, the activated form of temephos.

Principal findings Here, we investigated the occurrence, geographical distribution and origin of the CCE amplicon in Ae. albopictus populations from several geographical regions worldwide. Significance. PLOS 24/03/17 Rapid Surveillance for Vector Presence (RSVP): Development of a novel system for detecting Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus. Abstract Background The globally important Zika, dengue and chikungunya viruses are primarily transmitted by the invasive mosquitoes, Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus.

In Australia, there is an increasing risk that these species may invade highly urbanized regions and trigger outbreaks. We describe the development of a Rapid Surveillance for Vector Presence (RSVP) system to expedite presence- absence surveys for both species. PLOS 13/01/17 European Aedes albopictus and Culex pipiens are Competent Vectors for Japanese Encephalitis Virus. Abstract Background Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) is the causative agent of Japanese encephalitis, the leading cause of viral encephalitis in Asia. JEV transmission cycle involves mosquitoes and vertebrate hosts. The detection of JEV RNA in a pool of Culex pipiens caught in 2010 in Italy raised the concern of a putative emergence of the virus in Europe.

We aimed to study the vector competence of European mosquito populations, such as Cx. pipiens and Aedes albopictus for JEV genotypes 3 and 5. Findings After oral feeding on an infectious blood meal, mosquitoes were dissected at various times post-virus exposure. Conclusions In this study, we demonstrated that European populations of Ae. albopictus and Cx. pipiens were efficient vectors for JEV transmission. Author Summary Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) is the leading cause of viral encephalitis in Asia. Editor: Michael J. Received: September 1, 2016; Accepted: January 2, 2017; Published: January 13, 2017 Introduction. J. Med. Entomol. 49(4): 813Ð824 (2012); Larval Mosquito Habitat Utilization and Community Dynamics of Aedes albopictus and Aedes japonicus (Diptera: Culicidae) Parasites & Vectors 2015 8:348 Standard operating procedures for standardized mass rearing of the dengue and chikungunya vectors Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) - II - Egg storage and hatching.

Aedes albopictus and Ae. aegypti eggs hatch efficiently in a solution of bacterial broth while there is lower hatching in deionized water. Fallis and Slow [16] observed such differences in Ae. punctor eggs, with no eggs hatching in deionized water alone and a variable rate between 30 and 90 % with the addition of bacterial broth. The fact that the bacterial broth hatching medium is efficient in inducing hatching of both Ae. albopictus and Ae. aegypti is interesting.

Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research October 2013; 12 (5):799-804 Essential Oil Composition and Larvicidal Activity of Clinopodium gracile (Benth) Matsum (Labiatae) Aerial Parts against the Aedes albopictus Mosquito. REVMEDVET - JUIN 2015 - Evaluation of the in vitro efficacy of permethrin and deltamethrin on Aedes albopictus. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research October 2013; 12 (5):799-804 Essential Oil Composition and Larvicidal Activity of Clinopodium gracile (Benth) Matsum (Labiatae) Aerial Parts against the Aedes albopictus Mosquito.

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Parasites & Vectors 2013, 6:230 (8 August 2013) Functional characterization of three MicroRNAs of the Asian Tiger Mosquito, Aede. UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA - 2007 - BIONOMICS OF AEDES AEGYPTI AND AEDES ALBOPICTUS IN RELATION TO DENGUE INCIDENCE ON PENANG ISL. BMC Public Health 2012, 12:72 Aedes albopictus and the reemergence of Dengue. EDEN 19/04/12 Interview: ‘auto-dissemination’ for tackling Aedes albopictus. Controlling Aedes albopictus, commonly known as the Asian tiger mosquito, presents particular challenges. An interesting pilot study being conducted in Italy has seen researchers adapt a method which was the subject of experimentation in South America to control Aedes aegypti. The ‘auto-dissemination’ method uses adult mosquitoes to transfer insecticides (juvenile hormone analogues or JHA) to larval habitats (you can read more about the work conducted in Peru in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America .

PLOS 29/03/13 Effects of Biogents Sentinel Trap Field Placement on Capture Rates of Adult Asian Tiger Mosquitoes, Aedes albopict. The Biogents® Sentinel (BGS) trap is the standard tool to monitor adult Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Skuse) (Diptera: Culicidae), the Asian tiger mosquito.

PLOS 29/03/13 Effects of Biogents Sentinel Trap Field Placement on Capture Rates of Adult Asian Tiger Mosquitoes, Aedes albopictus – guatemalt

BGS traps are commonly placed in residential properties during surveillance operations, but locations within properties may have significant differences in ambient light, temperature, and humidity (e.g. between a sunlit lawn and shady underbrush). We examined the effect of BGS trap placement on Ae. albopictus capture rates in three residential properties in Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA. In each property we visually selected locations as shade, partial shade, and sun. Traps in “partial shade” locations were under vegetation and were exposed to filtered sunlight during some parts of the day while “shaded” locations were never exposed to direct sunlight.

Locations defined as “sun” were exposed to direct sunlight for large parts of the day. Figures Editor: Rick Edward Paul, Institut Pasteur, France Copyright: © 2013 Crepeau et al. BMC Microbiology 2013, 13:70 Diversity of culturable bacteria including Pantoea in wild mosquito Aedes albopictus. EUROPE ALIENS - Aedes albopictus. USDA - Asian Tiger Mosquito.

PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2010 May; 4(5): e646. Consequences of the Expanding Global Distribution of Aedes albopictus for Dengue Viru. ISSG - Aedes albopictus. AFRICAN JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY 15/12/09 Biocidal potential of clove oils against Aedes albopictus - A comparative study. Med Vet Entomol. 2004 Sep;18(3):215-27. Critical review of the vector status of Aedes albopictus. Med Trop 2006 ; 66 : 226-228 AEDES ALBOPICTUS : CHRONIQUE D’UN VECTEUR EXPANSIONNISTE. AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT 07/07/08 Report of the 6th National Conference - Aedes Albopictus (asian tiger) Eradication Program. Microbes and Infection - DEC 2009 - Aedes albopictus, an arbovirus vector: From the darkness to the light. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2010 May;82(5):831-7. Suppressing Aedes albopictus, an emerging vector of dengue and chikungunya viruses, by.

Global Ecology and Biogeography 30/09/09 Niche shifts during the global invasion of the Asian tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus S. Nature 280, 690 - 691 (23 August 1979); Characteristics of Aedes albopictus cells persistently infected with dengue viruses. Lancet Infectious Diseases. 6: 463-464 2006 Aedes albopictus as an epidemic vector of chikungunya virus: another emerging proble.

Medical and Veterinary Entomology Volume 17, Issue 4, pages 448–451, December 2003 First finding of Dirofilaria repens in a na. Aedes albopictus. Description[edit] Name and systematics[edit] In 1894, a British-Australian entomologist, Frederick A. Askew Skuse, was the first to describe scientifically the Asian tiger mosquito, which he named Culex albopictus (lat. Culex “gnat, midge” and albopictus “white embroided”).[4][5] Later, the species was assigned to the genus Aedes (gr. άηδής, "unpleasant")[6] and referred to as Aedes albopictus.[7] Like the yellow fever mosquito, it belongs to the subgenus Stegomyia (Gr. στέγος, "covered, roofed", referring to the scales that completely cover the dorsal surface in this Subgenus, and μυία, "fly") within the Aedes genus.[8] In 2004, scientists explored higher-level relationships and proposed a new classification within the Aedes genus and Stegomyia was elevated to the Genus level, making Aedes albopictus now Stegomyia albopicta.

Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases. 8: 25-34 2008 Geographic distribution and developmental sites of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: