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Title: Development of the major arboviral vector Aedes aegypti in urban drain-water and associated pyrethroid insecticide resistance is a potential global health challenge
Authors: Surendran, S.N.
Jayadas, T.T.P.
Sivabalakrishnan, Kokila
Santhirasegaram, Sharanga
Karvannan, Kalingarajah
Weerarathne, T.C.
Karunaratne, S. H. P. P.
Keywords: Aedes aegypti;Arboviral diseases;Drain-water;Global health;Insecticide-detoxifying enzymes;Insecticide resistance;Mosquito vector biology
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: University of Jaffna
Abstract: : Aedes aegypti were found developing in the water in open public drains (drain-water, DW) in Jafna city in northern Sri Lanka, a location where the arboviral diseases dengue and chikungunya are endemic.
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