West Nile virus: the Indian scenario.

Abstract

West Nile virus (WNV) is an important arthropod borne flavivirus; usually causes a mild infection called West Nile fever (WNF) in human and horses. Mosquitoes are the principal vectors of WNV. Various Culex species are found to act as vectors in different geographical regions. The virus is maintained in a bird-mosquito cycle in nature. In India, Culex… (More)

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@article{Paramasivan2003WestNV, title={West Nile virus: the Indian scenario.}, author={Rajaiah Paramasivan and A. C. Mishra and D. T. Mourya}, journal={The Indian journal of medical research}, year={2003}, volume={118}, pages={101-8} }