Resources & Publications

  • Plant-based Attractants in Toxic Sugar Baits (ATSB), 2016

    A New Approach to the Control of Malaria Vectors in Africa

Parasitol Res. , 2014

Control of Aedes albopictus with attractive toxic sugar baits (ATSB) and potential impact on non-target organisms in St. Augustine, Florida

Environmental Entomology , 2013

Attractive toxic sugar baits: Control of mosquitoes with low-risk active ingredient dinotefuran and potential impacts on nontarget organisms in Morocco

Malaria Journal , 2013

Quantifying the mosquito’s sweet tooth: Modelling the effectiveness of attractive toxic sugar baits (ATSB) for malaria vector control

PLOS , 2013

Indoor Application of Attractive Toxic Sugar Bait (ATSB)in Combination with Mosquito Nets for Control of Pyrethroid-Resistant Mosquitoes

Malaria Journal , 2012

Attractive toxic sugar bait (ATSB) methods decimate populations of Anopheles malaria vectors in arid environments regardless of the local availability of favoured sugar-source blossoms

Journal of Vector Ecology , 2011

Relative attraction of the sand fly Phlebotomus papatasi to local flowering plants in the Dead Sea region

PLOS , 2011

Natural Plant Sugar Sources of Anopheles Mosquitoes Strongly Impact Malaria Transmission Potential

Elsevier , 2010

Experimental control of Phlebotomus papatasi by spraying attractive toxic sugar bait (ATSB) on vegetation

Science , 2006

The Sweet Taste of Death

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