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In the state of Maharashtra, India, the hosts of adults and immature stages of H. brevipunctata, H. hussaini and H. kumari consisted mainly of domestic animals (cattle, buffaloes, sheep, goats) and small mammals (Rattus blanfordi, R. rattus rufescens, Mus saxicola, M. platythrix, M. booduga,...

Author(s)
Geevarghese, G.; Dhanda, V.
Publisher
E.J. Brill, Leiden, Netherlands
Citation
Progress in acarology. Volume 1., 1989, pp 85-89
Abstract

Of 5357 wild-caught mosquitoes in 163 pools tested for virus using antigen capture ELISA and an insect bioassay (inoculation into Toxorhynchites splendens larvae and identification by IFA using JE virus-specific monoclonal antibody), 16 flavivirus isolations were made of which 12 (75%) were...

Author(s)
Dhanda, V.; Thenmozhi, V.; Kumar, N. P.; Hiriyan, J.; Arunachalam, N.; Balasubramanian, A.; Ilango, A.; Gajanana, A.
Citation
Indian Journal of Medical Research, 1997, 106, July, pp 4-6
Abstract

Since 1974, kala-azar has started to reappear in some districts of Bihar, India, and to study the situation, over 30 000 adult resting sandflies of 9 species were collected in March-November 1981 from human dwellings, cattle sheds and mixed dwellings in the Muzaffapur, Patna, Vaishali and Purnea...

Author(s)
Shetty, P. S.; Dhiman, R. C.; Dhanda, V.
Publisher
Trivandrum, Kerala State, India
Citation
Proceedings of the All India Symposium on vectors and vector-borne diseases, Trivandrum, Kerala State, India, 26-28 February 1982., 1982, pp 151-153
Abstract

Determination of sources of blood-meals of Phlebotomus papatasi, P. argentipes, Sergentomyia babu babu, S. bailyi, S. shorttii and S. punjabensis was done in the State of Bihar, India, where Leishmania is endemic. 80.1% and 55.5% of P. papatasi caught in human dwellings and cattle sheds,...

Author(s)
Dhiman, R. C.; Shetty, P. S.; Dhanda, V.; Gill, G. S.
Citation
Indian Journal of Parasitology, 1984, 8, 2, pp 205-209
Abstract

Some results are presented of surveys in Bihar, India, in 1979, 1981 and 1982 on the role of phlebotomine sandflies as vectors of kala-azar (caused by Leishmania). Of 13 570 adults representing 10 species, 10 090 were collected from human dwellings. Phlebotomus papatasi was the most abundant...

Author(s)
Dhanda, V.; Shetty, P. S.; Dhiman, R. C.
Publisher
Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi, India
Citation
Indo-UK workshop on leishmaniasis. Proceedings of the workshop held at the Rajendra Memorial Research Institute for Medical Sciences (ICMR), Patna, during December 6-10, 1982, 1983, pp 128-137
Abstract

A survey of ixodid ticks was conducted in 1977 to determine Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever (CHF) virus activity in Jammu & Kashmir, India. In all, 412 immatures and 3258 adults, belonging to 16 species of 7 genera of ticks, were collected as ectoparasites of small and large mammals. These...

Author(s)
Kaul, H. N.; Shetty, P. S.; Ghalsasi, G. R.; Dhanda, V.
Citation
Indian Journal of Medical Research. Section A, Infectious Diseases, 1990, 91, January, pp 5-8

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