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- Debalke, Serkadis, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Parasites & vectors 2019 v.12 no.1 pp. 174
- Anopheles arabiensis; antibiotics; blood; double-stranded RNA; genes; genetic engineering; homeostasis; hosts; immunity; immunization; insecticide resistance; intestinal microorganisms; longevity; malaria; midgut; mortality; probability; proteins; vaccines; vector control; Ethiopia
- ... BACKGROUND: Vector control remains the most important tool to prevent malaria transmission. However, it is now severely constrained by the appearance of physiological and behavioral insecticide resistance. Therefore, the development of new vector control tools is warranted. Such tools could include immunization of blood hosts of vector mosquitoes with mosquito proteins involved in midgut homeostas ...