Articles tagged with: johns hopkins

18May

New article from our colleagues at Johns Hopkins University - Field-deployable molecular diagnostic platform for arbovirus and Wolbachia detection in Aedes aegypti.

New article from our colleagues at Johns Hopkins University - Field-deployable molecular diagnostic platform for arbovirus and Wolbachia detection in Aedes aegypti.

“Surveillance of mosquito infection status is critical for planning and deployment of proper mosquito control initiatives. Concurrently, Wolbachia is being widely used as a control method for arboviral transmission. Point-of-care (POC) detection assays are necessary for monitoring the infection prevalence and geographic range of viruses as well as Wolbachia in mosquito vector populations.“

Posted in Technology, Research

25June

Portable device detects dengue, Zika in individual mosquitoes

Portable device detects dengue, Zika in individual mosquitoes

SAN FRANCISCO — Researchers developed a highly sensitive quantitative PCR, or qPCR, method for the detection and quantitation of dengue and Zika virus in individual mosquitoes using the portable Hyris bCUBE device, introducing a new tool for mosquito surveillance in areas facing outbreaks, according to data presented at ASM Microbe.

Posted in Products, Technology, Research

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