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Bottle and biochemical assays on temephos resistance in Aedes aegypti in Thailand.
The bottle bioassay measuring the time-mortality rate is a simplified procedure for detecting insecticide resistance. It can be used with a biochemical microplate assay to identify the mechanismExpand
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Evaluation of mass drug administration in the program to control imported lymphatic filariasis in Thailand
BackgroundMigration plays a major role in the emergence and resurgence of lymphatic filariasis (LF) in many countries. Because of the high prevalence of Imported Bancroftian Filariasis (IBF) causedExpand
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Dengue Infection in Children in Ratchaburi, Thailand: A Cohort Study. I. Epidemiology of Symptomatic Acute Dengue Infection in Children, 2006–2009
Background There is an urgent need to field test dengue vaccines to determine their role in the control of the disease. Our aims were to study dengue epidemiology and prepare the site for a dengueExpand
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Detection of filarial parasites in domestic cats by PCR-RFLP of ITS1.
Lymphatic filariasis has been targeted by the World Health Organization (WHO) to be eliminated by the year 2020. In addition to chemotherapy and vector control, the control of reservoir hosts isExpand
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Dengue Infection in Children in Ratchaburi, Thailand: A Cohort Study. II. Clinical Manifestations
Background Dengue infection is one of the most important mosquito-borne diseases. More data regarding the disease burden and the prevalence of each clinical spectrum among symptomatic infections andExpand
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Field trial of the ICT filariasis for diagnosis of Wuchereria bancrofti infections in an endemic population of Thailand.
The ICT Filariasis, a rapid card test format, which is based on qualitative detection by monoclonal antibody of the circulating antigen of Wuchereria bancrofti adult worm, is a new diagnostic test ofExpand
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Brugia malayi in a naturally infected cat from Narathiwat Province, southern Thailand.
Brugia malayi-like from an infected cat from Narathiwat Province, southern Thailand was identified intensively by microfilarial morphometry, acid phosphatase activity, and adult morphology. TheExpand
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Identification of Brugia malayi-like Microfilariae in Naturally-infected Cats from Narathiwat Province, Southern Thailand
Abstract Brugia malayi-like microfilariae from 21 naturally infected cats were identified bymicrofilarial morphometry and acid phosphatase activity. The results revealed that the averageinnenkorperExpand
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Autogenous Aedes togoi sub-colony (Chanthaburi, Thailand strain), an efficient laboratory vector in study of filariasis.
Comparative filarial susceptibility and biology between stock colony and selectively autogenous Aedes. togoi sub-colony were carried out to determine the laboratorial vector-capacity and viability ofExpand
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The geographic information system as an epidemiological tool in the surveillance of dengue virus-infected Aedes mosquitos.
A Geographic Information System (GIS) was used as analysis tool to study the spatial distribution of dengue virus-infected Aedes mosquitos in Thailand. Global Positioning System (GPS) instrumentsExpand
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