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Of 225 females of A. stephensi collected from 66 human dwellings in central Calcutta, India, in a 1-year period [date unspecified], 213 (94.6%) were positive for human blood, 2 (0.8%) for cattle blood and 10 (4.6%) for mixed human-cattle blood using an Ouchterlony gel diffusion technique. Of 198...

Author(s)
Chandra, G.; Chatterjee, K. K.; Hati, A. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Malariology, 1996, 33, 2, pp 103-105
Abstract

An outbreak of S. scabiei in animals was observed from mid-November to mid-December 1991 in 2 adjacent villages, Fewgram and Nurpur, in Birbhum District, West Bengal, India, starting from goats to cattle, then to sheep and even dogs. 19 goats and 1 cow died of mange. The infection spread to man in...

Author(s)
Mitra, M.; Mahanta, S. K.; Sen, S.; Ghosh, C.; Hati, A. K.
Citation
Tropical and Geographical Medicine, 1993, 45, 3, pp 142-143
Abstract

The distribution of P. argentipes at 3 levels (level I, 0-0.91 m; level II, 0.91-1.82 m; and level III 1.82-2.74 m) above the ground in 6 cattlesheds in Hooghly district, West Bengal, India, was studied during July 1989 to June 1990. Of the 8044 P. argentipes caught, 3151 (39.2%), 3936 (48.9%) and...

Author(s)
Hati, A. K.; Sur, S.; De, N.; Dwivedi, H. N.; Bhattacharyya, J.; Mukherjee, H.; Chandra, G.
Citation
Indian Journal of Medical Research. Section A, Infectious Diseases, 1991, 93, November, pp 388-390
Abstract

In 3 villages in West Bengal, India, an attempt was made to detect P. argentipes in 40 cowsheds at 3 different levels above the ground floor: level I = 0-0.91 m, level II = 0.91-1.82 m, and level III = 1.82-2.74 m. Both male and female flies were obtained from all 3 levels. Of a total of 541...

Author(s)
Hati, A. K.; Sur, S.; De, N.; Dwivedi, H. N.
Publisher
World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Citation
Occurrence of Phlebotomus argentipes at different heights above ground floor in cowsheds., 1989, pp 1-3
Abstract

Phlebotomus argentipes was found to occur throughout the year in West Bengal, India, peak numbers being observed in July-November in both cattle housing and mud huts. More than 80% of the mud huts in the villages with or without cases of kala-azar (caused by Leishmania) yielded examples of P....

Author(s)
Hati, A. K.
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 84-91
Abstract

Adults of P. argentipes were collected in nights of full and new moon from 18.00 to 06.00 h from December 1981 to November 1982 from a man and from a cow positioned side by side indoors (in a cowshed) and outdoors (8 m from the cowshed) at a village some 95 km from Calcutta, India. The sandflies...

Author(s)
Palit, A.; Chakraborty, S.; Bhattacharya, S.; Chowdhury, D. K.; Hati, A. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Public Health, 1988, 32, 1, pp 41-42
Abstract

During the season of high Phlebotomus argentipes prevalence, from June to November 1985, a field study was carried out 2-weekly in a village in West Bengal, India, to evaluate comparatively different sampling methods, such as hand capture (HC), bait landing capture (BLC) from humans and cows,...

Author(s)
Hati, A. K.; Tandon, N.; Sinha, A.; Sur, S.; De, N.
Publisher
World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Citation
[Unpublished document]., 1987, pp 1-7
Abstract

The movement of Phlebotomus argentipes was monitored in and out of dwellings and cowsheds in West Bengal, India, using traps placed between 18.00 and 06.00 h during June-November 1985. Exit traps collected more flies than did entrance traps. Females left in significantly greater numbers than did...

Author(s)
Hati, A. K.; Tandon, N.; Sur, S.; De, N.
Citation
Indian Journal of Medical Research, 1987, 86, November, pp 610-613
Abstract

A study on host preference of P. argentipes in two different biotopes was conducted by capturing the flies from cowsheds and human dwellings [about 100 km from Calcutta, India]. The human blood index of P. argentipes collected from cowsheds was 21.5% and 69.6% when collected from human dwellings;...

Author(s)
Addy, M.; Mitra, A. K.; Ghosh, K. K.; Hati, A. K.
Citation
Tropical and Geographical Medicine, 1983, 35, 4, pp 343-345
Abstract

In Calcutta, adults of A. stephensi were captured in significantly greater numbers from temporary human shelters than from their conventional resting places, i.e. brick-built indoor rooms and cattlesheds. In collections made from a single study area between September 1985 and January 1988, the...

Author(s)
Hati, A. K.; Chatterjee, K. K.; Biswas, D.; Mukhopadhyay, A. K.; Saha, D.
Citation
Tropical and Geographical Medicine, 1988, 40, 4, pp 376-377

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