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Looking for new strategies to fight against mosquito-borne diseases: toward the development of natural extracts for mosquito control and reduction of mosquito vector competence



Looking for new strategies to fight against mosquito-borne diseases: toward the development of natural extracts for mosquito control and reduction of mosquito vector competence



Frontiers in Physiology 4: 20




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DOI: 10.3389/fphys.2013.00020


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