Data from: Barrier bednets target malaria vectors and expand the range of usable insecticides

Gregory P.D. Murray, Natalie Lissenden, Jeff Jones, Vitaly Voloshin, K. Hyacinthe Toé, Ellie Sherrard-Smith, Geraldine M. Foster, Thomas S. Churcher, Josephine E.A. Parker, Catherine E. Towers, Sagnon N’Falé, Wamdaogo M. Guelbeogo, Hilary Ranson, David Towers & Philip J. McCall
Transmission of Plasmodium falciparum malaria parasites occurs when nocturnal Anopheles mosquito vectors feed on human blood. In Africa, where malaria burden is greatest, bednets treated with pyrethroid insecticide were highly effective in preventing mosquito bites and reducing transmission, and essential to achieving unprecedented reductions in malaria until 2015. Since then, progress has stalled and with insecticidal bednets losing efficacy against pyrethroid-resistant Anopheles vectors, methods that restore performance are urgently needed to eliminate any risk of...
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