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Title: Spatio-temporal analysis of the main dengue vector populations in Singapore
Authors: Sun, Haoyang
Dickens, Borame L.
Richards, Daniel
Ong, Janet
Rajarethinam, Jayanthi
Muhammad E. E. Hassim
Lim, Jue Tao
Carrasco, L Roman
Aik, Joel
Yap, Grace
Cook, Alex R
Ng, Lee-Ching
Keywords: Science::Biological sciences
Issue Date: 2021
Source: Sun, H., Dickens, B. L., Richards, D., Ong, J., Rajarethinam, J., Muhammad E. E. Hassim, Lim, J. T., Carrasco, L. R., Aik, J., Yap, G., Cook, A. R. & Ng, L. (2021). Spatio-temporal analysis of the main dengue vector populations in Singapore. Parasites & Vectors, 14(1), 41-.
Project: NMRC/CG/C026/2017_NUHS
Journal: Parasites & Vectors
Abstract: Despite the licensure of the world's first dengue vaccine and the current development of additional vaccine candidates, successful Aedes control remains critical to the reduction of dengue virus transmission. To date, there is still limited literature that attempts to explain the spatio-temporal population dynamics of Aedes mosquitoes within a single city, which hinders the development of more effective citywide vector control strategies. Narrowing this knowledge gap requires consistent and longitudinal measurement of Aedes abundance across the city as well as examination of relationships between variables on a much finer scale.
ISSN: 1756-3305
DOI: 10.1186/s13071-020-04554-9
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