# Mathematical Modelling to Investigate a Wolbachia Intervention to Reduce Dengue Transmission

@inproceedings{Ndii2017MathematicalMT, title={Mathematical Modelling to Investigate a Wolbachia Intervention to Reduce Dengue Transmission}, author={Meksianis Z. Ndii}, year={2017} }

- Published 2017

The introduction of Wolbachia-carrying mosquitoes into the population has recently been proposed as an alternative strategy against dengue. Although laboratory experiments have shown that the Wolbachia bacterium can reduce the levels of dengue virus in mosquitoes, it is also important to assess the performance of Wolbachia in reducing the incidence of dengue in human populations. In this thesis, deterministic mathematical models of human and mosquito populations in which either one or two… CONTINUE READING

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