vector-borne

vec·tor-borne

(vek'tŏr-bōrn),
Denoting a disease or infection that is transmitted by an invertebrate vector.
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Second district Board Member Arlina Magboo said the provincial board has approved an ordinance about the prevention, control and reduction and mitigation of vector-borne diseases in the province.
Industries rely upon molecular testing for a variety of applications, ranging from testing for harmful bacteria or vector-borne diseases, liquid biopsy applications, and developing in-house diagnostics to assist with infectious disease testing.
today sent a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to request information on the spread of water- and vector-borne diseases in Puerto Rico and the U.
Summary: Chief Minister of West Bengal -- where 40 deaths caused by vector-borne diseases reported -- accuse diagnostic labs, hospitals of spreading dengue panic
KARACHI -- Significant movement of livestock to cities during Eid-ul-Adha coupled with persistent rainfall is exposing new areas of the country to dangerous vector-borne diseases like Congo-Crimean hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) and chikungunya.
The court also questioned the MCD over their planning, coordination and preparation leading to clogging of drains and the unaddressed problem of garbage lying unattended in the city leading to vector-borne diseases in the national capital.
Their topics include host metabolism and its contribution in flavivirus biogenesis, vector-borne bunyavirus pathogenesis and innate immune evasion, the role of inter-host and intra-host genetics in arbovirus evolution, the role of vertical transmission in mosquito-borne arbovirus maintenance and evolution, genetically modified vectors for controlling arboviruses, and small molecule drug development for dengue virus.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 14, 2015-Bayer announces Companion Vector-Borne Diseases Web Conference to 'advance "One Health" approach'
M2 PHARMA-April 14, 2015-Bayer announces Companion Vector-Borne Diseases Web Conference to 'advance "One Health" approach'
While there is no specific treatment, vaccine or drug for Bourbon virus, health officials recommended residents take preventive steps similar to other vector-borne diseases, such as using insect repellent and wearing long sleeves and pants.
The Dhaka Declaration on vector-borne diseases which spells out steps to control and eliminate vector-borne diseases in the region was adopted as the outcome of the meetings.
While habitat modification provided the ideal stage for the emergence of Lyme disease in the northeastern United States during the late-20th Century, the 1999 introduction of West Nile (WN) virus in New York and recent dengue virus outbreaks in the Florida Keys are somber reminders of the speed and unpredictability that vector-borne disease outbreaks can occur.