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19999Malaria Infection Increases Attractiveness Of Humans To Mosquitoes.
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29999Ecologists Can Enable Communities To Implement Malaria Vector Control In Africa.
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39999Knols, B.G.J., Hood-Nowotny, R.C., Bossin, H., Franz, G., Robinson, A., Mukabana, W.R., & Kemboi, S.K. GM Sterile Mosquitoes: A Cautionary Note. Nature Biotechnology, 24(9): 1067-1068.
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42013Taxis Assays Measure Directional Movement Of Mosquitoes To Olfactory Cues. Parasites & Vectors.
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52013Development Of A Gravid Trap For Collecting Live Malaria Vectors Anopheles Gambiae S.l.
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62012The SolarMal Project: Innovative Mosquito Trapping Technology For Malaria Control
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72012Behavioural Response Of The Malaria Vector Anopheles Gambiae To Host Plant Volatiles And Synthetic Blends
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82012Identification Of Candidate Volatiles That Affect The Behavioural Response Of The Malaria Mosquito Anopheles Gambiae Sensu Stricto To An Active Kairomone Blend: Laboratory And Semi-field Assays
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92012Ethnoknowledge Of Bukusu Community On Livestock Tick Prevention And Control In Bungoma District, Western Kenya.
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102012A Novel Synthetic Odorant Blend For Trapping Of Malaria And Other African Mosquito Species
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112012Integrated Mosquito Larval Source Management Reduces Larval Numbers In Two Highland Villages In Western Kenya.
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122012Variation In Malaria Transmission Dynamics In Three Different Sites In Western Kenya.
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132012Evaluation Of Low Density Polyethylene And Nylon For Delivery Of Synthetic Mosquito Attractants
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142012Behavioural Response Of The Malaria Vector Anopheles Gambiae To Host Plant Volatiles And Synthetic Blends.
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152012The SolarMal Project: Innovative Mosquito Trapping Technology For Malaria Control
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162011Improvement Of A Synthetic Lure For Anopheles Gambiae Using Compounds Produced By Human Skin Microbiota
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172011A Longitudinal Study On Anopheles Mosquito Larval Abundance In Distinct Geographical And Environmental Settings In Western Kenya.
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182011Skin Microbiota Volatiles As Odour Baits For The Malaria Mosquito Anopheles Gambiae
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192011Plasmodium Falciparum Transmission And Aridity: A Kenyan Experience From The Dry Lands Of Baringo And Its Implications For Anopheles Arabiensis Control.
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202011Development Of Environmental Tools For Anopheline Larval Control
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212010Attraction Of Anopheles Gambiae To Odour Baits Augmented With Heat And Moisture
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222010Development And Field Evaluation Of A Synthetic Mosquito Lure That Is More Attractive Than Humans.
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232010Using Nylon Strips To Dispense Mosquito Attractants For Sampling The Malaria Vector Anopheles Gambiae S.s
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242010An Exploratory Survey Of Malaria Prevalence And People’s Knowledge, Attitudes And Practices Of Mosquito Larval Source Management For Malaria Control In Western Kenya.
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252010Screening Mosquito House Entry Points As A Potential Method For Integrated Control Of Endophagic Filariasis, Arbovirus And Malaria Vectors.
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262010Sugar-fermenting Yeast As An Organic Source Of Carbon Dioxide To Attract The Malaria Mosquito Anopheles Gambiae.
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272009Window Screening, Ceilings And Closed Eaves As Sustainable Ways To Control Malaria In Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
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282009Comparative Evaluation Of The Ifakara Tent Trap-B, The Standardized Resting Boxes And The Human Landing Catch For Sampling Malaria Vectors And Other Mosquitoes In Urban Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
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292008Muriu S.M., Shilulu J.I., Muturi E.J., Irungu L.W., Mwangangi J.M., Mukabana R.W., Jacob B.G., Githure J.I., And Novak R.J., (2008). Host Choice And Multiple Blood Feeding Behaviour Of Malaria Vectors And Other Anophelines In Mwea Rice Irrigation Scheme,
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302008Host Choice And Multiple Blood Feeding Behaviour Of Malaria Vectors And Other Anophelines In Mwea Rice Scheme, Kenya
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312007Knols, B.G.J., Bossin, H.C., Mukabana, W.R., A.S. Robinson, 2007, Transgenic Mosquitoes And The Fight Against Malaria: Managing Technology Push In A Turbulent GMO World. American Journal Of Tropical Medicine And Hygiene, 77 (Supplement 6), 232-242.
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322007Opiyo, P., Mukabana, W.R., Kiche, I.O., Mathenge, E.M., Killeen, G.F., Fillinger, U., 2007, An Exploratory Study Of Community Factors Relevant For Participatory Malaria Control On Rusinga Island, Western Kenya. Malaria Journal, 6: 48.
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332007Clinical Malaria Reduces Human Attractiveness To Mosquitoes.
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342007An Exploratory Study Of Community Factors Relevant For Participatory Malaria Control On Rusinga Island, Western Kenya.
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352007Transgenic Mosquitoes And The Fight Against Malaria: Managing Technology Push In A Turbulent GMO World.
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362006Njiru, B.N., Mukabana, W.R., Takken, W., Knols, B.G.J., 2006, Trapping Of The Malaria Vector Anopheles Gambiae With Odour-baited MM-X Traps In Semi-field Conditions In Western Kenya. Malaria Journal, 5 (1): 39. Http://www.malariajournal.com/content/pdf/14
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372006Harbison, J.E., Mathenge, E.M., Misiani, G.O, Mukabana, W.R., & Day, J.F. 2006, A Simple Method For Sampling Indoor-resting Malaria Mosquitoes, Anopheles Gambiae And Anopheles Funestus (Diptera: Culicidae) In Africa. Journal Of Medical Entomology, 43(3):
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382006Knols, B.G.J., Hood-Nowotny, R.C., Bossin, H., Franz, G., Robinson, A., Mukabana, W.R., & Kemboi, S.K., 2006, GM Sterile Mosquitoes: A Cautionary Note. Nature Biotechnology, 24(9): 1067-1068.
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392006Killeen, G.F., Mukabana, W.R., Kalongolela, M.S., Kannady, K., Lindsay, S.W., Tanner, M., Castro, M.C., Fillinger, U., 2006, Habitat Targeting For Controlling Aquatic Stages Of Malaria Vectors In Africa. American Journal Of Tropical Medicine And Hygiene,
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402006Mukabana, W.R., K. Kannady, G.M. Kiama, J. Ijumba, E.M. Mathenge, I. Kiche, G. Nkwengulila, L.E.G. Mboera, D. Mtasiwa, Y. Yamagata, I. Van Schayk, B.G.J. Knols, S.W. Lindsay, M. Caldas De Castro, H. Mshinda, M. Tanner, U. Fillinger, & G.F. Killeen. 2006,
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412006Ecologists Can Enable Communities To Implement Malaria Vector Control In Africa.
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422006Habitat Targeting For Controlling Aquatic Stages Of Malaria Vectors In Africa
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432006A Simple Method For Sampling Indoor-resting Malaria Mosquitoes, Anopheles Gambiae And Anopheles Funestus (Diptera: Culicidae) In Africa
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442006Trapping Of The Malaria Vector Anopheles Gambiae With Odour-baited MM-X Traps In Semi-field Conditions In Western Kenya
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452006GM Sterile Mosquitoes: A Cautionary Note
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462006Sampling, Distribution, Dispersal-a Simple Method For Sampling Indoor-resting Malaria Mosquitoes Anopheles Gambiae And Anopheles Funestus (diptera: Culicidae) In Africa
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472005Malaria Infection Increases Attractiveness Of Humans To Mosquitoes
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482004African Institutions To Take The Lead In Development Of GM Mosquito.
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492004Allomonal Effect Of Breath Contributes To Differential Attractiveness Of Humans To The African Malaria Vector Anopheles Gambiae.
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502004Mshinda, H., Killeen, G.F., Mukabana, W.R., Mathenge, E.M, Mboera, L.E.G., Knols, B.G.J., 2004, Development Of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes In Africa. Lancet Infectious Diseases, 4 (5), 264 -265.
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512004Allomonal Effect Of Breath Contributes To Differential Attractiveness Of Humans To The African Malaria Vector Anopheles Gambiae
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522004Development Of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes In Africa
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532003Contained Semi-field Environments For Ecological Studies On Transgenic African Malaria Vectors: Benefits And Constraints. In: Ecological Aspects For Application Of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes (W. Takken & T.W. Scott, Eds.).
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542002A Greenhouse-based Simulation Of A Natural Anopheles Gambiae (Diptera: Culicidae) Ecosystem In Western Kenya.
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552002Host-specific Cues Cause Differential Attractiveness Of Kenyan Men To The Malaria Mosquito Anopheles Gambiae.
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562002Analysis Of Arthropod Blood Meals Using Molecular Genetic Markers.
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572002Extent Of Digestion Affects The Success Of Amplifying Human DNA From Blood Meals Of Anopheles Gambiae (Diptera: Culicidae). Bulletin Of Entomological Research, 92, 233-239.
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582002Knols, B.G.J., Njiru, B.N., Mathenge, E.M., Mukabana, W.R., Beier, J.C. & Killeen, G.F., 2002, Malariasphere: A Greenhouse-enclosed Simulation Of A Natural Anopheles Gambiae (Diptera: Culicidae) Ecosystem In Western Kenya. Malaria Journal, 1, 19. Http://w
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592002Extent Of Digestion Affects The Success Of Amplifying Human DNA From Blood Meals Of Anopheles Gambiae (Diptera: Culicidae).
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602002Analysis Of Arthropod Blood Meals Using Molecular Genetic Markers.
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612002Host-specific Cues Cause Differential Attractiveness Of Kenyan Men To The Malaria Mosquito Anopheles Gambiae.
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622002Malariasphere: A Greenhouse-enclosed Simulation Of A Natural Anopheles Gambiae (Diptera: Culicidae) Ecosystem In Western Kenya.
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631999Analysis Of Genetic Variability In Anopheles Arabiensis And Anopheles Gambiae Using Microsatelite Loci.
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641999Analysis Of Genetic Variability In Anopheles Arabiensis And Anopheles Gambiae Using Microsatelite Loci.
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