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List of Publications - 2004
- Arunachalam N, Murty US, Kabilan , Balasubramanian A, Thenmozhi V, Narahari D, Ravi A and Satyanarayana K (2004) Studies on dengue in rural areas of Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh, India Journal of American Mosquito Control Association 20: 87 - 90
- Arunachalam N, Samuel PP, Hiriyan J, Thenmozhi V and Gajanana A (2004) Japanese encephalitis in Kerala, south India: can Mansonia (Diptera: Culicidae) play a supplemental role in transmission? Journal of Medical Entomology 41: 456 - 461
- Bhattacharya DR, Tewari SC, Anil-Prakash, Mohapatra PK and Mahanta J (2004) Verrallina (Neomacleaya) assamensis, a new species from Assam, India Journal of American Mosquito Control Association 20: 115-120
- Hiriyan J and Tyagi BK (2004) Cocoa pod (Theobroma caco)--a potential breeding habit of Aedes albopictus in dengue-sensitive Kerala State, India Journal of American Mosquito Control Association 20: 323 - 325.
- Kabilan L (2004) Control of Japanese encephalitis in India: a reality. Indian Journal of Pediatrics 71: 707 - 712.
- Kabilan L (2004) Virological interpretations of dengue disease spectrum in infants in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India Letters to Editor Journal of Clinical Microbiology 42: 2357 –2358
- Kabilan L, Rajendran R, Arunachalam N, Ramesh S, Srinivasan S, Samuel PP and Dash AP (2004) Japanese encephalitis in India: an overview Indian Journal of Pediatrics 71: 609 - 615
- Kabilan L, Ramesh S, Srinivasan S, Thenmozhi V, Muthukumaravel S and Rajendran R (2004) Hospital- and laboratory-based investigations of hospitalized children with central nervous system-related symptoms to assess Japanese encephalitis virus etiology in Cuddalore District, Tamil Nadu, India Journal of Clinical Microbiology 42: 2813 - 2815
- Kabilan L, Velayutham T, Sundaram B, Tewari SC, Natarajan A, Rajendran R and Satyanarayana K (2004) Field- and laboratory-based active dengue surveillance in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India: observations before and during the 2001 dengue epidemic American Journal of Infection Control 32: 391 -396.
- Kabilan L, Vrati S, Ramesh S, Srinivasan S, Appaiahgari MB, Arunachalam N, Thenmozhi V, Kumaravel SM, Philip Samuel P and Rajendran R (2004) Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) is an important cause of encephalitis among children in Cuddalore district, Tamil Nadu, India Journal of Clinical Virology 31: 153 - 159
- Mani TR, Rajendran R, Sunish IP, Munirathinam A, Arunachalam N, Satyanarayana K and Dash AP (2004) Effectiveness of two annual, single-dose mass drug administrations of diethylcarbamazine alone or in combination with albendazole on soil-transmitted helminthiasis in filariasis elimination programme Tropical Medicine and International Health 9: 1030 - 1035
- Poopathi S and Tyagi BK (2004) Mosquitocidal toxins of spore forming bacterial: recent advancement African Journal of Biotechnology 3: 643-650
- Rajendran R, Sunish IP, Mani TR, Munirathinam A, Abdullah SM, Arunachalam N, and Satyanarayana K (2004) Impact of two annual single-dose mass drug administrations with diethylcarbamazine alone or in combination with albendazole on Wuchereria bancrofti microfilaraemia and antigenaemia in south India Transactions of Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 98: 174 - 181.
- Samuel PP, Arunachalam N, Hiriyan J and Thenmozhi V (2004) Host feeding pattern of Coquillettidia (Coquillettidia) crassipes (van der Wulp) from Kerala, India Entomon 29: 63-66
- Samuel PP, Arunachalam N, Hiriyan J, Thenmozhi V, Gajanana A and Satyanarayana K(2004) Host-feeding pattern of Culex quinquefasciatus Say and Mansonia annulifera (Theobald) (Diptera: Culicidae), the major vectors of filariasis in a rural area of south India Journal of Medical Entomology 41: 442 - 446
- Tewari SC, Thenmozhi V, Katholi CR, Manavalan R, Munirathinam A and Gajanana A (2004) Dengue vector prevalence and virus infection in a rural area in south India Tropical Medicine and International Health 9:499 - 507
- Tyagi BK (2004) A review of the emergence of Plasmodium falciparum dominated malaria in irrigated areas of the Thar Desert, India Acta Tropica 89 (2) : 227-239