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Vector borne diseases remain some of the major public health problems in the developing world. In this review some of the current applications of biotechnology to vectors and vector control and some of the possible future applications are discussed.

Original publication




Conference paper

Publication Date



65 Suppl 1


113 - 118


Animals, Biotechnology, DNA, Humans, Insect Control, Insect Vectors, Parasitic Diseases