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Small-scale field assessment of efficacy of the autodissemination approach against Aedes sp. in an urban area
This is the first study to evaluate the efficacy of an autodissemination approach as suggested by WHO. Therefore, efficacy of an autodissemination approach in small-scale field trials against wild Aedes sp. population was evaluated in an urbanised setting, Malaysia. Lethal ovitraps enhanced with pyriproxyfen were used to control Aedes sp. populations at treatment sites, with the autodissemination activity was evaluated using the WHO larva bioassays. Lethal ovitraps enhanced with pyriproxyfendoi:10.1101/2020.01.13.904094 fatcat:pnmfcfubcfg7dheuq45k5utum4