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Virological and epidemiological studies on encephalitis in chiang mai area thailand in 1982 7. mosquito collection and virus isolation



Virological and epidemiological studies on encephalitis in chiang mai area thailand in 1982 7. mosquito collection and virus isolation



Tropical Medicine 25(4): 189-198



Mosquitoes 15,513 composed of Culex tritaeniorhynchus, C. gelidus and C. fuscocephala were collected in Chiang Mai Area from July 13 to August 12, 1982, and processed for virus isolation using Aedes albopictus clone C6/36 cells. Japanese encephalitis virus was not isolated, although 2 unidentified flaviviruses and 59 strains of unknown filtrable agents producing cytopathic changes in C6/36 cells were detected. Host preference of the above 3 spp. of Culex mosquitoes showed that they fed mostly on swine, followed by smaller percentages of bovines. Daily survival rate observed for C. tritaeniorhynchus females in Chiang Mai did not differ significantly from those observed in Japan.

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