Wolbachia, a new weapon amidst the widespread spread of dengue fever
The success of trials of wolbachia-bearing mosquitoes in Indonesia in fighting dengue fever may be underestimated. The decline in infections is predicted to be greater than previously reported at 77 percent.
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JAKARTA, KOMPAS - The spread of dengue fever is increasing, including in subtropical regions, as a result of climate change that expands the movement of mosquitoes. Nevertheless, the fight against the disease has a new weapon, namely mosquitoes that are infected with Wolbachia bacteria.