National Institute of Malaria Research on behalf of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) publishes the Journal of Vector Borne Diseases. This Journal was earlier published as the Indian Journal of Malariology, a peer reviewed and open access biomedical journal in the field of vector borne diseases. The Journal publishes review articles, original research articles, short research communications, case reports of prime importance, letters to the editor in the field of vector borne diseases and their control. The Journal is published quarterly in the months of March, June, September and December in each calendar year. All correspondences regarding submission of manuscripts, subscription, etc. should be addressed to the Editor, Journal of Vector Borne Diseases, National Institute of Malaria Research (ICMR), Sector 8, Dwarka, New Delhi–110077

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 CURRENT ISSUE:    June 2015, Volume 52, Number 2

 

Review Articles

Mulat Yimer, Tadesse Hailu, Wondemagegn Mulu & Bayeh Abera

Epidemiology of elephantiasis with special emphasis on podoconiosis in Ethiopia: A literature review [PDF reprint]

Research Articles

Jitendra Sharma, S.A. Khan, Prafulla Dutta & Jagadish Mahanta

Molecular determination of antifolate resistance associated point mutations in Plasmodium falciparum dihydrofolate reductase (dhfr) and dihydropteroate synthetase (dhps) genes among the field samples in Arunachal Pradesh [PDF reprint]

Ritwik Mondal, N. Pemola Devi & R.K. Jauhari

Landmark-based geometric morphometric analysis of wing shape among certain species of Aedes mosquitoes in District Dehradun (Uttarakhand), India [PDF reprint]

Kumar Vikram, B.N. Nagpal, Veena Pande, Aruna Srivastava, Rekha Saxena, Himmat Singh, Anushrita, Sanjeev K. Gupta, N.R. Tuli, N.K Yadav, Telle Olivier , Paul Richard & Neena Valecha

Detection of dengue virus in individual Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in Delhi, India [PDF reprint]

Day-Yu Chao, Yi-Jung Liu, Wen-Fan Shen, Wu-Chun Tu, Jedhan Ucat Galula & Han-Chung Wu

Comparison of E and NS1 antigens capture ELISA to detect dengue viral antigens from mosquitoes  [PDF reprint]

Manju Singhi, Anil Purohit & Sushmita Chattopadhyay

Effectiveness and feasibility of methanol extracted latex of Calotropis procera as larvicide against dengue vectors of western Rajasthan, India  [PDF reprint]

L. Charlet Bhami & S. Sam Manohar Das

Boric acid ovicidal trap for the management of Aedes species [PDF reprint]

A.B. Sudeep, Y.S. Ghodke, R.P. George, V.S. Ingale, S.D. Dhaigude & M.D. Gokhale

Vectorial capacity of Culex gelidus (Theobald) mosquitoes to certain viruses of public health importance in India  [PDF reprint]

R. Muthusamy & M.S. Shivakumar

Susceptibility status of Aedes aegypti (L.) (Diptera: Culicidae) to temephos from three districts of  Tamil Nadu, India  [PDF reprint]

Safiye Koculu, Ahsen Oncul, Ozgur Onal, Zuhal Yesilbag & Nuray Uzun

Evaluation of knowledge of the healthcare personnel working in Giresun province regarding Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever before and after educational training [PDF reprint]

Short Research Communications

K. Usha, E. Kumar, Usha Kalawat, B. Siddhartha Kumar, A. Chaudhury & D.V.R. Sai Gopal

Molecular detection of scrub typhus in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India  [PDF reprint]

Rubén Bueno-Marí & Ricardo Jiménez-Peydró

First observations of homodynamic populations of Aedes albopictus (Skuse) in Southwest Europe [PDF reprint]

I.P. Sunish, Zahid Ali Khan, A.N. Shriram & P. Vijayachari

Declining trend of malaria in Car Nicobar Island, inhabited by the Nicobarese tribe: Plausible factors [PDF reprint]

Letter to the Editor

M. Kalimuthu, I.P. Sunish, J. Nagaraj, A. Munirathinam, V. Ashok Kumar, N. Arunachalam, G.B. White & B.K. Tyagi

Residual microfilaraemia in rural pockets of south India after five rounds of DEC plus albendazole administration as part of the LF elimination campaign  [PDF reprint]