Data from: Risk of exposure to potential vector mosquitoes for rural workers in Northern Lao PDR

Julie-Anne A. Tangena, Phoutmany Thammavong, Steve W. Lindsay & Paul T. Brey
Background: One major consequence of economic development in South-East Asia has been a rapid expansion of rubber plantations, in which outbreaks of dengue and malaria have occurred. Here we explored the difference in risk of exposure to potential dengue, Japanese encephalitis (JE), and malaria vectors between rubber workers and those engaged in traditional forest activities in northern Laos PDR. Methodology/Principal findings: Adult mosquitoes were collected for nine months in secondary forests, mature and immature rubber...
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