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This test used fewer sand flies and allowed rapid determination of sand fly susceptibility.
Because of data limitations in the reporting method used in this study, the age and sex attributes could not be tested for confounders or effect modifiers that could result from other factors, such as lifestyle, working place, time spent outdoors during sand fly activity hours, and insect repellent usage.
Attachment of Leishmania major and Leishmania infantum in the midgut of their respective sand fly vectors Phlebotomus papatasi and Phlebotomus langeroni (Diptera: Psychodidae).
He observed that rat-holes, trash and other filth sites form breeding points for sand fly.
The information we gain will be helpful to the military and the public in choosing insecticides to control the sand fly.
The authors are grateful to Mohammadreza Abai, Ahmad ali Hanafi bojd [Academic member of Tehran University of medical sciences] and staff of Azarshahr center of disease control, Eastern Azerbaijan province, Iran for their contribution and help in sand fly collection or identification.
The comparative study to determine the sensitivity of different systems has shown that the sand fly cell line was the most sensitive among the systems tested.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis starts out looking like a mosquito bite; a month or two after the initial sand fly bite, it breaks open into a volcano-like lesion.
The sand fly is harboured by the fat sand rat and is extremely resistant to traditional poisons and Rentokil said a specific strategy was needed to combat its spread.
Fogle contracted a strain of Leishmaniasis, which is transmitted by the bite of a species of sand fly.
EUROPEAN HOPES: Long jumper Chris Tomlinson makes the sand fly as he completes his landing during the British Grand Prix event at Gateshead Stadium
major does its damage by not only evading but also by exploiting the body's wound-healing response to sand fly bites, as reported in the August 15 issue of "Science.