The mosquitoes showed a wide-spectrum susceptibility to arboviruses
which included members of the family Togaviridae, Flaviviridae, Rhabdoviridae and Bunyaviridae.
The mosquito-borne arboviruses
that are potentially notifiable are yellow fever virus, West Nile virus, Rift Valley fever virus and Dengue virus.
From a public-health standpoint, arboviruses
are a concern.
Epidemiology and control of mosquito-borne arboviruses
in California, 1943-1987.
The occurrence of sentinel chickens infected with the arboviruses
from 2000 through 2004 was determined by the IgM seroconversion percentages (Table 2).
Potential effect of global warming on mosquito-borne arboviruses
In August 2013, CSTE conducted another assessment of state and selected local health departments (LHDs) to measure their current surveillance and staffing capacity for WNV and other arboviruses
and compare findings with those from the 2004 assessment (19).
are endemic in the South Asian region, including India and Bangladesh, however, health experts were of the view that Pakistan could also be vulnerable due to the similar climatic conditions and ground realities like poverty, lack of healthcare facilities and insufficient role of government in tackling the diseases.
The evolution and diversification in the tropics of the many arboviruses
resulted in more invasive and virulent strains (6,7).
We documented the antibody prevalence to 3 arboviruses
The virus induced polykaryocytosis, which is characterized by the formation of large syncytia with nuclear and cytoplasmic vacuolation, a phenomenon that is not reported in mammalian cells infected with other arboviruses
In just 10 years, WNV has gone from "emerging" to "endemic" and joined the ranks of other arboviruses
(ARthropod-BOrne viruses) that periodically plague different regions of North America, although at a much lower frequency than WNV.