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arboviruses (ar´bōvī´rəsəz), an acronym for hemophagic arthropod-borne viruses, passed on to the host by a bite; implicated in viral encephalitis. The term is not accepted as an official taxonomic nomenclature.
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Vector competence of Australian Culex gelidus Theobald (Diptera: Culicidae) for endemic and exotic arboviruses.
Maddox: Can you speculate on likely reasons for the recent uptiek in arboviruses in the U.
Overwintering mechanisms of mosquito-borne arboviruses in temperate climates.
The mounting evidence that arboviruses persist in their vertebrate hosts during the winter (Kuno, 2001) would suggest the latter.
Arboviruses and their vectors in Australia: an update on the ecology and epidemiology of some mosquitoborne arboviruses.
Full capacity was defined as 1) ability to complete a standard case report form on every suspected/confirmed mosquito-borne arboviral disease case and report it to ArboNET; 2) ability to test for IgM for all relevant arboviruses (including dengue) on any cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) or serum specimen submitted to the state or city/county laboratory for a suspected case of arboviral disease); and 3) having an environmental surveillance system that includes mosquito surveillance to "routinely monitor arboviral activity in all parts of the jurisdiction in which there is the potential for human outbreaks of arboviral disease based on past experience.
Arboviruses can be life threatening if there is a delayed diagnosis, added the speaker mentioning that the problem is that nearly every illness in the arboviruses family, shows more or less similar symptoms i.
Climate is a major factor in determining the geographic and temporal distribution of arthropods, the characteristics of arthropod life cycles, the consequent dispersal patterns of associated arboviruses, the evolution of arboviruses and the efficiency with which they are transmitted from arthropods to vertebrate hosts (18,31).
Emerging arboviruses of zoonotic and human importance in India.
Most summers, some half-dozen viruses, collectively known as arboviruses, infect individuals from coast to coast in the Americas.
Significantly larger numbers of adult and larval Culex annulirostris, an important vector of RRV and a range of other arboviruses in Australia, were collected within the irrigation area compared with nonirrigated reference areas.