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BASANEZ, M. G.,
WILLIAMS, J. R.,
VILLAMIZAR, N. J. &
ANDERSON, R. M.
Density-dependent processes in the transmission of human onchocerciasis: relation between microfilarial intake and mortality in the simuliid vector.
BRYAN, J. H. &
SOUTHGATE, B. A.
Factors affecting transmission of Wuchereria bancrofti by anopheline mosquitoes. 2. Damage to ingested microfilarie by mosquito foregut armatures and development of filarial larvae in mosquitoes.
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene82, 138–145.
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CRANS, W. J.
Experimental infection of Anopheles gambiae and Culex pipiens fatigans with Wuchereria bancrofti in coastal East Africa. Journal of Medical Entomology10, 189–193.
DAS, P. K.,
RAMAIAH, K. D.,
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Frequency distribution of Wuchereria bancrofti infection in the vector host in relation to human host: evidence for density dependence.
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DYE, C. & WILLIAMS, B. G.
Non-linearities in the dynamics of indirectly-transmitted infections (or, does having a vector make a difference?). In
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FAILLOUX, A. B.,
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Variation in the vector competence of Aedes polynesiensis for Wuchereria bancrofti. Parasitology111, 19–29.
KALPAGE, K. S. &
DE SILVA, C. S.
The significance of low density microfilaraemia in the transmission of Wuchereria bancrofti by Culex (Culex) quinquefasciatus Say in Sri Lanka. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene85, 250–254.
JORDAN, P. & GOATLY, K. D.
Bancroftian filariasis in Tanganyika: a quantitative study of the uptake, fate and development of microfilariae of Wuchereria bancrofti in Culex fatigans.
Annals of Tropical Medicine Parasitology56, 173–187.
MAEDA, R. & KURIHARA, T.
The effect of age of Aedes togoi on the transmission of Brugia malayi in the laboratory.
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McGREEVY, P. B.,
BRYAN, J. H.,
OOTHUMAN, P. &
The lethal effects of the cibarial and pharyngeal armatures of mosquitoes on microfilariae.
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene72, 361–368.
NATHAN, M. B.
Bancroftian filariasis in coastal North Trinidad, West Indies: intensity of transmission by Culex quinquefasciatus.
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene75, 721–730.
OTTESEN, E. A. &
RAMACHANDRAN, C. P.
Lymphatic filariasis infection and disease: control strategies.
Parasitology Today11, 129–131.
SAMARAWICKREMA, W. A. &
LAURENCE, B. R.
Loss of filarial larvae in a natural mosquito population.
Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology72, 561–565.
SAPORU, F. W.
Analysis of survival data for Simulium damnosum using the regression method.
Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology87, 563–569.
RAMAIAH, K. D.,
HABBEMA, J. D. F.,
DAS, P. K. &
PLAISIER, A. P.
The relationship between microfilarial load in the human host and uptake and development of Wuchereria bancrofti microfilariae by Culex quinquefasciatus: a study under natural conditions.