Synchronous peaks in trap catches of malaria-infected mosquito species at Daeseongdong, a border village between North and South Korea.

@article{Foley2012SynchronousPI,
  title={Synchronous peaks in trap catches of malaria-infected mosquito species at Daeseongdong, a border village between North and South Korea.},
  author={Desmond H. Foley and Terry A. Klein and Heung-chul Kim and Myung-Soon Kim and Richard C. Wilkerson and Genelle F. Harrison and L. Morales – Rueda and Won-Ja Lee},
  journal={Journal of vector ecology : journal of the Society for Vector Ecology},
  year={2012},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={29-36}
}
Malaria continues to be a major health threat near the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) that separates North and South Korea. Adult mosquitoes were collected from 20 July through 21 October, 2010 at Daeseongdong, a small village within the DMZ. Molecular techniques were used to identify Anopheles to species and for detection of Plasmodium vivax sporozoites in their… CONTINUE READING