Laboratory evaluation of 3 repellents against Anopheles stephensi in the Islamic Republic of Iran
AbstractThis study evaluated the repellency effect of 3 topical repellents [permethrin, DEET and neem tree extract] against 3-5 day old females of laboratory and field strains of Anopheles stephensi. Probing/biting rates on the shaved belly of white rabbits were counted. Effective dose [ED] 50 and ED95 values were calculated by probit statistic software. The results revealed ED50 values of 0.007, 0.005 and 0.191 mg/cm2 for permethrin, DEET and neem, respectively, against the field strain. The figures for the laboratory strain were 0.006, 0.007, 0.156 mg/cm2. Major heterogeneity of response was observed using DEET. Although neem was the least effective agent, extracts of locally produced neem oil offer a promising repellent against mosquito biting
Vatandoost, H. & Hanafi Bojd, A.A. (2008). Laboratory evaluation of 3 repellents against Anopheles stephensi in the Islamic Republic of Iran. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117433
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 14 (2), 260-267, 2008
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