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Vector Borne Disease: Environmental Risk Factors and Sustainable Control Programs By June Weintraub
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This literature review seeks to identify the "root causes" of several diseases that are transmitted among humans by insects and other animals, known as vectors. With an understanding of the... More > causes underlying the occurrence of vector-borne diseases, effective approaches to their control and management are identified. The approaches suggested by this investigation attack many of the factors common to these diseases; but in order to achieve sustained positive results, a vector-borne disease management program must acknowledge and overcome a number of obstacles.< Less
Mosquitoes By Owen Jones
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I hope that you will find the information helpful, useful and profitable. The information in this ebook on various problems and diseases caused by mosquitoes is organised into 16 chapters of about... More > 500-600 words each. I hope that it will interest those who are keen to protect themselves and their families from mosquito bites at home and on holiday. As an added bonus, I am granting you permission to use the content on your own website or in your own blogs and newsletter, although it is better if you rewrite them in your own words first. You may also split the book up and resell the articles. In fact, the only right that you do not have is to resell or give away the book as it was delivered to you.< Less
Molecular Biology of the Flavivirus By Matthias Kalitzky, Peter Borowski
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Flaviviruses constitute a family of linear, single-stranded RNA(+) viruses. They cause approximately 70 different diseases which have a major impact on national economies and health authorities... More > worldwide. With contribution from internationally acclaimed authors such as Ernest Gould and Hubert Blum, this book reviews the most significant cutting edge discoveries in the flavivirus field. Aspects of molecular biology common to flaviviruses are explored in depth. Topics include the evolution and function of flavivirus RNA, flavivirus replication, laboratory diagnosis and vaccine development. Individual chapters are devoted to the molecular biology of yellow fever virus, dengue virus, Japanese encephalitis virus, and hepatitis virus C virus. Essential reading for all flavivirus researchers and a recommended text for all virology laboratories.< Less
Walter Reed Tropical Medicine Course Lab Manual By Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
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Walter Reed Tropical Medicine Course Lab Manual By Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
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This is the Lab Manual for the Walter Reed Tropical Medicine Course.
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the Chikungunya virus is a virus RNA alphavirus Its name is derived from the kimakonde in Tanzania or Mozambique, language and its translation means "which curves", which transmit as... More > dengue, namely Aedes aegypti and Ae. Albopictus.< Less
Mosquito Breeding Stops Construction By Ley Perkins
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Malaria and dengue are reportedly some of the most dreaded diseases in the construction sites. Because construction was observed to be taking place in water logged areas that provided many breeding... More > sites for mosquitoes, many government offices, private institutions and non-organizations became concerned on the possible dangers it can bring to the community.< Less
Computer-aided drug design. The HCV family example. By Dimitrios Vlachakis
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Hepatitis C and Dengue viruses belong to the family of Flaviviridae. Viruses in this family are enveloped, have positive-sense RNA and are responsible for a variety of life threatening diseases.... More > Hepatitis C virus is the major etiological agent of post-transfusion hepatitis worldwide. An estimated 3 % of the world's population is infected with HCV according to the World Health Organization. Infection with HCV will most regularly result in chronic hepatitis, which leads to liver cirrhosis, hepatocellular carcinoma and liver failure. Dengue is currently the most important viral disease transmitted by mosquitoes afflicting humans the world context. Clinical symptoms range from mild fevers to a severe haemorrhagic disease. To date neither specific antiviral treatments exist nor are there any vaccines available for both infections. Thus there is an urgent need for new therapies.< Less
Koyal Info Mag: Google hilft Krankheitsausbruch Vorhersagen By Juriesh Morgan
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Google-Suche helfen vorherzusagen, Krankheitsausbruch: Studie NEW YORK: Irritiert auf wiederkehrende Symptome? Auf der Suche nach einem online-Diagnose bei Google ist keine schlechte Idee, vor dem... More > Besuch des Arzt. Die Gewohnheit, suchen im Internet eine online Diagnose vor dem Besuch eines Arztes frühzeitige Warnung vor einer Epidemie Infektionskrankheiten bieten kann, sagt eine Studie. In der Studie, veröffentlicht in der Zeitschrift Lancet Infectious Diseases wurden Internet-basierte Überwachung gefunden, Infektionskrankheiten solche Dengue-Fieber und Grippe bis zu zwei Wochen früher als traditionelle Überwachungsmethoden erkennen.< Less
Antiviral computer-aided drug design By DIMITRIOS VLACHAKIS
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More than 170 million people worldwide are currently chronically infected with the Hepatitis C virus. Similarly, Dengue fever infects 50 million per year in central Africa. It is the same story for... More > so many other viruses that are members of the flaviviridae family. Disproportionally to the severity of an infection with almost all members of Flaviviridae, no specific antiviral therapy is available today. There are drugs neither for the treatment nor for the prevention upon infection. Scientists have isolated various proteins and extensively study some of them in an attempt to get information that will eventually be combined to a strategy against the viruses. Herein, an effort is made to describe the current status of antiviral research within flaviviridae, homology modelling and structure based drug design techniques that may soon lead to new generation of stratagems against flaviviridae. Finally, insights into novel technologies in drug design technology are provided.< Less