查询词已翻译为：Mosquito Experiment Raises Hope of Defeating Dengue Fever
These gains were not sustained, however, and the mosquito subsequently reinfested most of the region. This led to increasing transmission of the dengue virus and, in 1981, the first epidemic of dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF) in the region occurred in Cuba with 24 000 reported cases and 158 deaths.
Dengue fever is an illness caused by an RNA flavivirus spread by the bites of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. The symptoms include fever, headache, rash, severe pains in the muscles and joints, and pain behind the eyes. Dengue fever is rarely fatal, while the related dengue haemorrhagic fever is a severe disease that leads to death in approximately 5 ...
Although there have been no reported cases of the virus yet in Malaysia, Health Minister Dr S. Subramaniam has warned that the country, long plagued by dengue fever, was a potential breeding ground for Zika as well. That is because the same mosquitoes that spread dengue fever can also spread the Zika virus.
So the initial company effort targeted one of the worst species, which is responsible for spreading dengue fever, yellow fever, and the Chikungunya and Zika viruses. Mosquitoes also transmit encephalitis, West Nile Virus, and a variety of diseases and parasites that afflict dogs, horses and livestock. The big killer, of course, is malaria.
Dengue fever is a terrible viral disease blighting many of the world's tropical regions. Carried by mosquitoes, such as Aedes aegypti , 40% of the world's population is believed to be at risk from the infection. What is more, previous exposure to other strains of the fever does not confer protection. In fact, subsequent infections are significantly worse, and can result in fatal dengue ...
The Mosquito Solution ... and will soon increase production to ten million. ... The exponential growth of dengue fever—the number of cases reported to the World Health Organization has increased ...
Mosquitoes pose grave threats to human health beyond just irritating bites. The World Health Organization (WHO) has described the insects as "one of the deadliest animals in the world," due to their ability to rapidly spread deadly diseases such as dengue fever and malaria.
The technology would also work to control mosquito species that infect people with maladies like Zika virus and dengue fever. ... to experiments: ... carrying mosquitoes, what hope is there for ...
A population of the world's most invasive mosquito species was almost completely wiped out by an experiment on two islands in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong, according to a study...