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Synonyms for arbovirus

a large heterogeneous group of RNA viruses divisible into groups on the basis of the virions

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A sero-epidemiological survey for certain arboviruses (Togaviridae) in Pakistan.
Moreover, these observations, if validated with more patients and extended to other vectorborne infections, will be vital for preventing and controlling the transmission of Zika virus and other arboviruses.
Vector surveillance helps the City of Brownsville Public Health Department 1) detect the presence of various mosquito species and arboviruses that affect human health; 2) understand vector and disease dynamics over time for better risk assessment; and 3) evaluate the impact of vector control measures and public outreach.
Several mosquito-borne arboviruses including West Nile virus (WNV) and Sindbis virus (SINV) were historically reported from both military members and local mosquitoes in the region.
Arboviruses are transmitted by mosquitoes, ticks, or fleas.
The mosquito vectors in Latin America are already in place to disseminate emergent arboviruses like Chikungunya, Zika, Mayaro, and Oropouche.
In the United States, most arboviruses are maintained in transmission cycles between arthropods and vertebrate hosts (typically birds or small mammals).
Natural isolations of other arboviruses of public health importance
Inadequate management of natural ecosystem in the Brazilian Amazon region results in the emergence and reemergence of arboviruses.
Viruses that are transmitted by arthropod bites and therefore fall under the generic name of arboviruses (arthropod-borne viruses).
Nancy Maddox: You are a virologist who studies mosquito-borne viruses, also known as arboviruses.
Seroepidemiology of dengue and other arboviruses in a natural population of toque macaques (Macaca sinica) at Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka.
Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) and West Nile virus (WNV) are emerging zoonotic arboviruses that have recently undergone intercontinental expansion.
Researchers in many different countries and climates explore such topics as RNAi and the study of insect immunity, the Picorna-like Kakugo virus identified in aggressive honeybee workers, encephalitic arboviruses as an emerging and re-emerging problem, neurologic manifestations of West Nile Virus infection, the effects of co-infection with Borrelia Burgdorferi and Anaplasma Phagocytophilum in vector ticks and vertebrate hosts, and the cellular secretion of Sf21 cells upon baculovirus infection.
Therefore, monitoring of southeastern Virginia for arboviruses is crucial to public health.