Insecticide resistance issues in vector-borne disease control.

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Vector-borne diseases are an increasing cause of death and suffering worldwide. Efforts to control these diseases have been focused on the use of chemical pesticides, but arthropod resistance (whether physiological, biochemical, or behavioral) to pesticides is now an immense practical problem. The pharmacokinetic interactions of pesticides with arthropods… (More)

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@article{Roberts1994InsecticideRI, title={Insecticide resistance issues in vector-borne disease control.}, author={D. R. Roberts and R. Andr{\'e}}, journal={The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene}, year={1994}, volume={50 6 Suppl}, pages={21-34} }