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|Title:||Mosquito borne disease in the NT: a historical overview|
|Authors:||Jacups, Susan P;Whelan, Peter I|
|subject:||Mosquitoes;Arboviruses;Malaria;encephalitis;Ross River virus infections;Insects;Vector Control;Monitoring|
|Publisher:||Centre for Disease Control, DoH|
|Description:||The importance of mosquito control for a reduction in mosquito-borne disease is locally and globally valid. The most important mosquito-borne diseases in Australia’s history are malaria, dengue and the endemic arboviruses. These are outlined briefly.|
Health Protection Division
|Appears in Collections:||Open Access Collection|
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