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Acta Tropica Volume 143, March 2015, Barcoding Turkish Culex mosquitoes to facilitate arbovirus vector incrimination studies reveals hidden diversity and new potential vectors. Open Access Highlights DNA barcoding reveals three new Culex species in Turkey.

Acta Tropica Volume 143, March 2015, Barcoding Turkish Culex mosquitoes to facilitate arbovirus vector incrimination studies reveals hidden diversity and new potential vectors

The species ‘Cx. Territans’ comprises two species in Turkey. Culex quinquefasciatus is confirmed from Turkey for the first time. A revised faunal list is presented and arboviral vector potential discussed. Abstract As a precursor to planned arboviral vector incrimination studies, an integrated systematics approach was adopted using morphology and DNA barcoding to examine the Culex fauna present in Turkey. Although by morphology only 9 species were recognised, DNA barcoding recovered 13 distinct species including: Cx. Keywords DNA barcoding; Culex; Arbovirus; Vector; New records; Turkey 1. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2016, 13(11), 1150; Structure, Spatial and Temporal Distribution of the Culex pipiens Complex in Shanghai, China.

Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, 29(3):203–221, 2013 A RAPID IDENTIFICATION GUIDE FOR LARVAE OF THE MOST COMMON NORTH AMERICAN CONTAINER-INHABITING AEDES SPECIES OF MEDICAL IMPORTANCE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY - 2010 - Worldwide patterns of genetic differentiation imply multiple ‘domestications’ of Aedes aegypti, a major vector of human diseases. Journal of Parasitology and Vector Biology Vol.6(1) January 2014 Distribution, abundance and diversity of mosquitoes in Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria.

The distribution, abundance and diversity of mosquitoes in Akure, were studied between April, 2012 and March, 2013.

Journal of Parasitology and Vector Biology Vol.6(1) January 2014 Distribution, abundance and diversity of mosquitoes in Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria

Twenty (20) locations randomly distributed across five geographical zones of the city were sampled using sweep nets, aspirators, dippers and pipettes. The habitats sampled include containers, stagnant pools, domestic run-offs and gutters. The larvae collected were preserved in 70% ethanol and identified to species level using X40 dissecting microscope and morphological keys. 30 species distributed among 5 genera were identified during the study.

The distribution and abundance of the 30 species of mosquitoes varied significantly (p<0.05). Culex andersoni was found to be most abundant in the study area with 23.1% abundance followed by Culex fatigans (21.9%) while Toxorhynchites brevipalpis was the least abundant (0.05%). Key words: Mosquitoes, Culex andersoni, Toxorhychite brevipalpis, abundance. LABSPACES 01/12/12 New insights into mosquitoes' role as involuntary bioterrorists. Saturday, December 1, 2012 This microscopic fluorescent image of the mosquito's circulatory system shows muscle cells in green; cellular DNA in blue and periostal hemocytes in orange.

LABSPACES 01/12/12 New insights into mosquitoes' role as involuntary bioterrorists

Credit: Hillyer Lab / Vanderbilt University For many years scientists thought that mosquitoes provided the disease organisms which they spread with a relatively free ride because the insects didn't have much in the way of natural defenses to fight off these microscopic stowaways. Recent research, however, has revealed that mosquitoes have surprisingly sophisticated immune systems. Unlike humans and most other animals, mosquitoes do not generate antibodies that identify and attack specific infectious agents. Studies of this sort are providing the information needed to manipulate the mosquito immune system to block malaria parasites more effectively and to develop other novel disease control strategies. "The mosquito's immune system isn't as complex as ours. Journal of Insect Physiology xxx (2012) xxx–xxx Beyond RNAi: Antiviral defense strategies in Drosophila and mosquito. Virology Journal 2011, 8:68 Newly recognized mosquito-associated viruses in mainland China, in the last two decades.

Getah virus (GETV) A strain of virus (M1) was isolated from Culex mosquitoes in Hainan province in 1964 by Yang et al [32] (Table 1) and was subsequently identified as an isolate of GETV by serological and genomic analyses [33].

Virology Journal 2011, 8:68 Newly recognized mosquito-associated viruses in mainland China, in the last two decades

Additional GETV isolates have been isolated from mosquitoes collected from Shanghai city and Hebei, Gansu and Yunnan provinces [34, 35] (Table 1). Ten strains of GETV have been isolated from different mosquito species including Aedes vexans, Armigeres obturbans, Culex spp. and unidentified mosquitoes from China, representing a wide geographic distribution and a long time interval. These have been sequenced and analyzed [35]. Full-length genome sequences were determined for three isolates: M1, HB0234 and YN0540.

Références universitaires

International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies 2013; 1 (1): 42-46 Spatial Distribution and Seasonal Fluctuation of Mosquitoes in Dhaka City. GLOBAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF SCIENCE - 2013 - A REVIEW OF THE PROBABLE MECHANISMS OF TRANSMISSION OF HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS BY MOSQUITOES. DHHR_WV_GOV - 2013 West Virginia Mosquito Surveillance Plan. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2014, 11, A Tale of Two City Blocks: Differences in Immature and Adult Mosquito Abundances between Socioeconomically Different Urban Blocks in Baltimore (Maryland, USA)

Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 2014; 108: 185–197 Recasting the theory of mosquito-borne pathogen transmission dynamics and control. + Author Affiliations ↵*Corresponding author: Tel: +202 731 4896; E-mail: dlsmith@jhsph.edu Received December 23, 2013.

Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 2014; 108: 185–197 Recasting the theory of mosquito-borne pathogen transmission dynamics and control

Revision received January 29, 2014. Accepted January 29, 2014. Abstract.

Références Parasites & Vectors

Références PLOS. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 26/03/12 A Review of the Invasive Mosquitoes in Europe: Ecology, Public Health Risks, and Control Options. WebImagesPlus… Connexion Recherche avancée Scholar Scholar [PDF] à partir de liebertpub.comliebertpub.com [PDF]

Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 26/03/12 A Review of the Invasive Mosquitoes in Europe: Ecology, Public Health Risks, and Control Options

Proceedings of the 28th EnviroInfo 2014 Conference, Olden burg, Germany - SEPT 2014 - A Tool for Simulating the Spread of Invasive Mosquitoes. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2014, 11, 11583-11596 Mosquito Surveillance for Prevention and Control of Emerging Mosquito-Borne Diseases in Portugal — 2008–2014. JOURNAL OF THE EUROPEAN MOSQUITO CONTROL ASSOCIATION 24/10/14 COI sequencing for invasive mosquito surveillance in Germany reveals genetically divergent specimens near Aedes geniculatus (Diptera: Culicidae) JEMCA%2832%2922-26_1.

Références ECDC et Eurosurveillance

Virology Journal 2011, 8:68 Newly recognized mosquito-associated viruses in mainland China, in the last two decades. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2014, 11, 11583-11596 Mosquito Surveillance for Prevention and Control of Emerging Mosquito- Journal of Insect Physiology xxx (2012) xxx–xxx Beyond RNAi: Antiviral defense strategies in Drosophila and mosquito. LABSPACES 01/12/12 New insights into mosquitoes' role as involuntary bioterrorists. FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH - 2011 - Florida Department of Health Response Plan for Mosquito-borne Diseases. Journal of Mosquito Research, 2012, Vol.2, No.5, 32-38 Landscape-Structure Determined Mosquito Diversity in Hungary (Central-Eur. THE CONVERSATION 28/11/12 Using urban planning to reduce mosquito-borne disease. There are many ways to prevent mosquito-borne diseases – insecticides to kill mosquitoes, vaccines to prevent infection and healthy doses of insect repellent before heading off for fishing trips.

THE CONVERSATION 28/11/12 Using urban planning to reduce mosquito-borne disease

But while each of these strategies can play a part, where we live and how we build our communities may have an even greater effect. More than 5,000 Australians are struck down with mosquito-borne disease every year, mostly caused by the Ross River or Barmah Forest viruses. The La Nina conditions along eastern Australia in recent years have also brought with them the re-emergence of the potentially fatal Murray Valley encephalitis virus. There’s much discussion about the potential impact of climate change on mosquito-borne disease risks but, in fact, urbanisation will influence the activity of zoonotic diseases (diseases passed from animals to humans) even more by disturbing local ecosystems and biodiversity.

European Mosquito Bulletin 30 (2012), 15-29 Mosquito nuisance and control in the UK – A questionnaire-based survey of local auth. GIORNALE ITALIANO DI MEDICINA TROPICALE - 2011 - The possible role of entomological surveillance in mosquito-borne disease preve. Computers & Mathematics with Applications Available online 16 May 2013 Impact of environmental factors on mosquito dispersal in. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases DEC 2012 The comparison of spatial variation and risk factors betwe. European Mosquito Bulletin 29 (2011), 38-65 Assessing the possible implications of wetland expansion and management on mosquitoe. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2012,9 North American Wetlands and Mosquito Control.

Références BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS

Références OECOLOGIA. Systematic Catalog of Culicidae - Walter Reed Biosystematics Unit - Home. EcoHealth (2007) 4:72-81, April 16, 2007 Anthropogenic Environmental Change, Mosquito-borne Diseases and Human Health in New Zea. Frontis - Volume 9 - Environmental Change and Malaria Risk: Global and Local Implications - Application of geographic informatio. Proc. Hawaiian Entomol. Soc .I - 2009 - Occurrence and Distribution of Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) of Public Health Importan. Proc. Hawaiian Entomol. Soc. (2007) 39: Current and Potential Impacts of Mosquitoes and the Pathogens They Vector in the Pacifi. SPC - 2011 - Aedes vectors in Tonga: identification for improved surveillance and control.

OMS - 2011 - Guidelines for monitoring the durability of long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets under operational conditions. Malaria Research and Treatment Volume 2010 (2010), The Vector Population Monitoring Tool (VPMT): High-Throughput DNA-Based Diag.