Wind-borne mosquitoes: Could they be a mechanism of incursion of Japanese encephalitis virus into Australia?

Johansen, C., Farrow, R.A., Morrisen, A., Foley, P., Van Den Hurk, A. F., Seriat, H., Montgomery, B., Mackenzie, J. S. and Ritchie, S. A. (2001). Wind-borne mosquitoes: Could they be a mechanism of incursion of Japanese encephalitis virus into Australia?. In: , 4th Mosquito Control Assn of Australia Symposium. 4th Mosquito Control Assn of Australia Symposium, South Stradbroke Is, (180-185). 3-7 July, 2000.

Author Johansen, C.
Farrow, R.A.
Morrisen, A.
Foley, P.
Van Den Hurk, A. F.
Seriat, H.
Montgomery, B.
Mackenzie, J. S.
Ritchie, S. A.
Title of paper Wind-borne mosquitoes: Could they be a mechanism of incursion of Japanese encephalitis virus into Australia?
Conference name 4th Mosquito Control Assn of Australia Symposium
Conference location South Stradbroke Is
Conference dates 3-7 July, 2000
Proceedings title 4th Mosquito Control Assn of Australia Symposium   Check publisher's open access policy
Place of Publication Bris
Publisher QUT
Publication Year 2001
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISSN 0725-4989
Volume 8
Start page 180
End page 185
Total pages 6
Collection year 2001
Subjects EX
270303 Virology
730212 Disease distribution and transmission
Q-Index Code EX

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences
 
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