Contact Irritant Responses of Aedes aegypti Using Sublethal Concentration…

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by Hortance Manda, Pankhil Shah, Suppaluck Polsomboon, Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap, Fanny Castro-Llanos, Amy Morrison, Roxanne G. Burrus, John P. Grieco, Nicole L. Achee Background Previous studies have demonstrated contact irritant and spatial repellent behaviors in Aedes aegypti following exposure to sublethal concentrations of chemicals. These sublethal actions are currently being evaluated in the development of a push-pull strategy for Ae

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