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   2022| July-September  | Volume 59 | Issue 3  
    Online since December 8, 2022

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A validated triplex RT-qPCR protocol to simultaneously detect chikungunya, dengue and Zika viruses in mosquitoes
Taylor Lura, Tianyun Su, Jennifer Thieme, Michelle Q Brown
July-September 2022, 59(3):198-205
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Salivary AsHPX12 influences pre-blood meal associated behavioral properties in Anopheles stephensi
Seena Kumari, Tanwee Das De, Charu Chauhan, Jyoti Rani, Sanjay Tevatiya, Punita Sharma, Veena Pande, Rajnikant Dixit
July-September 2022, 59(3):206-215
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Linkages between blood groups and malaria susceptibility
Minu Nain, Amit Sharma
July-September 2022, 59(3):193-197
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Mosquito larvicidal potential of Solanum xanthocarpum leaf extract derived silver nanoparticles and its bio-toxicity on non-target aquatic organism
Pawan Kumar, Dinesh Kumar, Vikram Kumar, RPS Chauhan, Himmat Singh
July-September 2022, 59(3):216-227
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Molecular detection of Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) virus in hard ticks from South Khorasan, east of Iran
Amirsajad Jafari, Mehdi Rasekh, Dariush Saadati, Faezeh Faghihi, Mehdi Fazlalipour
July-September 2022, 59(3):241-245
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Insecticide susceptibility status of malaria vectors in Himachal Pradesh, India
Gaurav Kumar, VP Ojha, Ramesh C Dhiman
July-September 2022, 59(3):236-240
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Field evaluation of biosurfactants, surfactin and di-rhamnolipid produced by Bacillus subtilis subsp. subtilis (VCRC B471) and Pseudomonas fluorescens (VCRC B426) against immature stages of the urban malaria vector Anopheles stephensi
Ashwani Kumar, Hemanth Kumar, AM Manonmani, G Prabakaran, B Vijayakumar, A Mathivanan, I Geetha, P Jambulingam
July-September 2022, 59(3):246-252
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Larvicidal potential and residual activity effect of kinnow peel oil against Aedes aegypti L.
Arshkamaljot Kaur, Devinder Kaur Kocher, Rajender Kumar
July-September 2022, 59(3):228-235
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Ecology of Aedes vittatus (Diptera: Culicidae) in rock pools across agroecosystem in Northern Savanna, Nigeria
Okechukwu A Obi, David A Adebote, Ishaya H Nock, James G Josiah
July-September 2022, 59(3):265-274
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Changing pattern of severe manifestations of Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax malaria: A retrospective study from Bikaner, India
Jyoti Acharya, Dharmesh Harwani
July-September 2022, 59(3):259-264
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A note on the insecticide susceptibility status of secondary malaria vector An. annularis in Jharkhand state of India
MK Das, Manju Rahi, Gaurav Kumar, K Raghavendra
July-September 2022, 59(3):253-258
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A case of Mediterranean spotted fever mimicking severe sepsis
Mehmet Uzunlulu, Erhan Eken, İlksen Gönenç, Sehnaz Kaya, Ece Selvi, Ferhat Arslan
July-September 2022, 59(3):298-301
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High vectorial transmission of malaria in urban and rural settings in the northern, western and eastern regions of Côte d’Ivoire
Akré M Adja, Konan F Assouho, Serge-Brice Assi, Négnorogo Guindo-Coulibaly, Emmanuel Tia, André B Sagna, Dounin D Zoh, Affoué C Moro, Ahoua Yapi
July-September 2022, 59(3):275-284
  786 79 -
Novel pyriproxyfen based treatment for Aedes breeding control through a long-lasting formulation: Laboratory and field trials in Western Maharashtra, India
Rina Tilak, Urmila Wankhede, Reema Mukherjee
July-September 2022, 59(3):293-297
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Abandoned boats contribute to spread of Aedes and Culex vector mosquitoes in coastal belt, Galle District, Southern Sri Lanka
Dinithi Shamalee Dissanayake, Chandana Dammika Wijekoon, Hemantha Wegiriya
July-September 2022, 59(3):285-292
  734 45 -