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A simple dusk index was developed to monitor the density of recognized vectors of Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) (i.e. the Culex vishnui subgroup, consisting of C. tritaeniorhynchus, C. vishnui and C. pseudovishnui, although C. bitaeniorhynchus, C. gelidus and C. fuscocephala sometimes made up...

Mani, T. R.; Rao, C. V. R. M.; Rajendran, R.; Devaputra, M.; Prasanna, Y.; Hanumaiah; Gajanana, A.; Reuben, R.
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1991, 85, 2, pp 287-291

Determinations were made of the source of 16 330 bloodmeals from 10 species of Culex mosquitoes, including recognized vectors of Japanese encephalitis (JE) virus, in two epidemiologically distinct areas in southern India. In Madurai, where cases occurred sporadically and pigs were reared only in...

Reuben, R.; Thenmozhi, V.; Samuel, P. P.; Gajanana, A.; Mani, T. R.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1992, 46, 6, pp 654-663

A characteristic feature of the epidemiology of Japanese encephalitis (JE) is the occurrence of a large number of subclinical infections. The reporting of only overt cases underestimates the total level of virus transmission, a knowledge of which is essential for the evolution of control...

Gajanana, A.; Thenmozhi, V.; Samuel, P. P.; Reuben, R.
World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 1995, 73, 2, pp 237-244

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