Mahamadi Kientega

Mahamadi Kientega
Research Institute of Health Sciences | IRSS · Entomology

PhD student

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The ANOSPP amplicon panel is a genus-wide targeted sequencing panel to facilitate large-scale monitoring of Anopheles species diversity. Combining information from the 62 nuclear amplicons present in the ANOSPP panel allows for a more nuanced species assignment than single gene (e.g. COI) barcoding, which is desirable in the light of permeable spec...
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2022): Use of different cotton pest control strategies (conventional, organic and transgenic) had no impact on insecticide resistance in ABSTRACT Resistance to insecticides in the mosquito Anopheles gambiae s.l can jeopardize malaria vector control strategies. Previous studies have shown that the agricultural chemicals, used particularly for cotton...
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Une etude transversale a ete realisee dans la ville de Niamey pour tester lefficacite des deux larvicides sur des populations imaginales sauvages de Cx pipens et dAn. gambiae s.lselon la methode de lOMS 2005. Les larvicides testes etaientBacillus thuringiensis (Bactivec), Bacillus sphaericus (Griselesf) et une combinaison de Bactivec + Griselesf. L...
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Background: Insecticide resistance has become a widespread problem causing a decline in the effectiveness of vector control tools in sub-Saharan Africa. In this situation, ongoing monitoring of vector susceptibility to insecticides is encouraged by the WHO to guide national malaria control programmes. Our study was conducted from April to November...
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Background The rapid spread of insecticide resistance in malaria vectors and the rebound in malaria cases observed recently in some endemic areas underscore the urgent need to evaluate and deploy new effective control interventions. A randomized control trial (RCT) was conducted with the aim to investigate the benefit of deploying complementary str...
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The rapid spread of insecticide resistance in malaria vectors and the rebound in malaria cases observed recently in some endemic areas underscore the urgent need to evaluate and deploy new effective control interventions. A randomized control trial was conducted with the aim to investigate the benefit of deploying complementary strategies, includin...
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In West Africa, Aedes aegypti remains the major vector of dengue virus. Since 2013, dengue fever has been reemerging in Burkina Faso with annual outbreaks, thus becoming a major public health problem. Its control relies on vector control, which is unfortunately facing the problem of insecticide resistance. At the time of this study, although data o...
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Resistance to insecticides in the mosquito Anopheles gambiae s.l can jeopardize malaria vector control strategies in Africa. Previous studies have shown that the agricultural use of pesticides, particularly for cotton protection, contributes to the selection of insecticide resistance of malaria vector mosquitoes. Our study aimed at assessing the im...
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In West Africa, Aedes aegypti remains the major vector of dengue virus. Since 2013, dengue fever has been reemerging in Burkina Faso with annual outbreaks, thus becoming a major public health problem. Its control relies on vector control, which is unfortunately facing the problem of insecticide resistance. At the time of this study, although data o...
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The first epidemic of dengue occurred in Burkina Faso in 1925 and the most recent in 2016. However, there is little available information on the bio-ecology of the main dengue vector and the prevalence of the disease in the country. For better understanding the entomological situations of the main dengue vector Aedes aegypti during the last epidemi...
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The first epidemic of dengue occurred in Burkina Faso in 1925 and the most recent in 2016. However, there is little available information on the bio-ecology of the main dengue vector and the prevalence of the disease in the country. For better understanding the entomological situations of the main dengue vector Aedes aegypti during the last epidemi...
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Vector control constitutes a fundamental approach in reducing vector density and the efficient option to break malaria transmission in Africa. Malaria vectors developed resistance to almost all classes of insecticides recommended by WHO for vector control in most places of African countries and may compromise the vector control strategies. This stu...

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