The Human-Baited Double Net Trap: An Alternative to Human Landing Catches for Collecting Outdoor Biting Mosquitoes in Lao PDR

@inproceedings{Tangena2015TheHD,
  title={The Human-Baited Double Net Trap: An Alternative to Human Landing Catches for Collecting Outdoor Biting Mosquitoes in Lao PDR},
  author={Julie-Anne A Tangena and Phoutmany Thammavong and Alexandra Hiscox and Steve W Lindsay and Paul T. Brey and Immo Alex Hansen},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Estimating the exposure of individuals to mosquito-borne diseases is a key measure used to evaluate the success of vector control operations. The gold standard is to use human landing catches where mosquitoes are collected off the exposed limbs of human collectors. This is however an unsatisfactory method since it potentially exposes individuals to a range of mosquito-borne diseases. In this study several sampling methods were compared to find a method that is representative of the human-biting… CONTINUE READING
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