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“…Previous studies showed that temephos resistance is widespread in the Caribbean and South America, and this resistance is strongly associated with increased activity of glutathione S-transferases, α-esterases and β-esterases, and, to a lesser degree, mixed function oxidases. 9,47 Because diflubenzuron and pyriproxyfen have never been used in public health programs in Martinique, it is possible that the cross-tolerance of mosquito larvae to IGR has arisen through the extensive use of temephos for vector control. This suggestion may have operational consequences for dengue vector control and the future use of IGRs if these products may contribute to selection for existing resistance mechanisms in natural populations of Ae.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Previous studies showed that temephos resistance is widespread in the Caribbean and South America, and this resistance is strongly associated with increased activity of glutathione S-transferases, α-esterases and β-esterases, and, to a lesser degree, mixed function oxidases. 9,47 Because diflubenzuron and pyriproxyfen have never been used in public health programs in Martinique, it is possible that the cross-tolerance of mosquito larvae to IGR has arisen through the extensive use of temephos for vector control. This suggestion may have operational consequences for dengue vector control and the future use of IGRs if these products may contribute to selection for existing resistance mechanisms in natural populations of Ae.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…aegypti y el insecticida temefós, Melo-Santos, et al, (40) obtuvieron en Brasil una reversión de la resistencia a este organofosforado en experimentos llevados a cabo en el laboratorio con una cepa de campo resistente para evaluar tres escenarios diferentes en cuanto a la intensidad de la presión con temefós y al ingreso de individuos sensibles, y en todos ellos encontraron reversión de la resistencia, lo que demuestra que es posible recuperar la sensibilidad al temefós. En una población de Brasil (Juazeiro do Norte) se observó una disminución de los grados de resistencia, que pasaron de 10,2 a 7,2 después de la suspensión del uso de este organofosforado y su sustitución por Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (41).…”
Section: Pruebas Biológicas De La Oms Con El Insecticida Temefós En Lunclassified
“…The genetic structure of A. albopictus populations have implications for vector control program, since, studies on selection pressure in A. aegypti populations using insecticides such as organophosphates and/ or pyrethroids under laboratory conditions, show the fixation of the population resistance phenotype in only a few generations [81][82][83][84][85] .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%