1921
Volume s1-8, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

Summary and Conclusions

  • 1.  Seven men proved to be susceptible to dengue fever were bitten by at varying intervals of time after the mosquitoes had taken the virus by feeding on a known experimental case of the disease.
  • 2.  Dengue fever was not transmitted by interrupted feeding.
  • 3.  Dengue fever was not transmitted when the interval between the infectious feed and the subsequent biting was two days, three, four or six days.
  • 4.  Dengue fever was transmitted when the interval between the infectious feed and the subsequent biting was eight days, ten days, or more.

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