Control of Malaria Vector Mosquitoes by Insecticide-Treated Combinations of Window Screens and Eave Baffles
Gerry F. Killeen
, John P. Masalu, Dingani Chinula, Emmanouil A. Fotakis, Deogratius R. Kavishe, David Malone, and Fredros Okumu
Author affiliations: Ifakara Health Institute, Ifakara, Tanzania (G.F. Killeen, J.P. Masalu, D.R. Kavishe, F. Okumu); Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool, UK (G.F. Killeen, D.R. Kavishe); National Malaria Control Centre, Lusaka, Zambia (D. Chinula); University of Crete Heraklion, Crete, Greece (E.A. Fotakis); Innovative Vector Control Consortium, Liverpool (D. Malone); University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa (F.O. Okumu)
Figure 1. Design (A) and mechanism of action (B) of insecticide-treated window screens and eave baffles for control of malaria vector mosquitoes, Tanzania.
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