Items where Division is "09 Associated Institutions > Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) > Medical Services and Diagnostic > Vector Control Centre (Müller)"
Number of items at this level: 13.
Flacio, Eleonora and Engeler, Lukas and Tonolla, Mauro and Müller, Pie. (2016) Spread and establishment of Aedes albopictus in southern Switzerland between 2003 and 2014 : an analysis of oviposition data and weather conditions. Parasites and Vectors, 9. p. 304.
Suter, Tobias T. and Flacio, Eleonora and Feijoó Fariña, Begoña and Engeler, Lukas and Tonolla, Mauro and Regis, Lêda N. and de Melo Santos, Maria A. V. and Müller, Pie. (2016) Surveillance and control of Aedes albopictus in the Swiss-Italian border region: differences in egg densities between intervention and non-intervention areas. PLoS neglected tropical diseases, 10 (1). e0004315.
Vontas, John and Mitsakakis, Konstantinos and Zengerle, Roland and Yewhalaw, Delenasaw and Sikaala, Chadwick Haadezu and Etang, Josiane and Fallani, Matteo and Carman, Bill and Müller, Pie and Chouaïbou, Mouhamadou and Coleman, Marlize and Coleman, Michael. (2016) Automated innovative diagnostic, data management and communication tool, for improving malaria vector control in endemic settings. Studies in health technology and informatics, 224. pp. 54-60.
Colucci, B. and Suter, T. and Vavassori, L. and Müller, P.. (2015) Vorkommen von Stechmücken im Naturwaldreservat Langholz, Kanton Aargau. Basel.
Johnson, P. C. D. and Barry, S. J. E. and Fergguson, H. M. and Müller, P.. (2015) Power analysis for generalized linear mixed models in ecology and evolution. Methods in ecology and evolution, Vol. 6, H. 2. S. 133-142.
Müller, P. and Suter, T. and Vavassori, L. and Engeler, L. and Fariña, B. F. and Flacio, E. and Tonolla, M.. (2015) Nationales Programm zur Überwachung der asiatischen Tigermücke : Zwischenbericht 2014. Basel.
Tchicaya, Emile S. and Nsanzabana, Christian and Smith, Thomas A. and Donzé, Jennifer and de Hipsl, Maiti Laserna and Tano, Yao and Müller, Pie and Briët, Olivier Jt and Utzinger, Jürg and Koudou, Benjamin G.. (2014) Micro-encapsulated pirimiphos-methyl shows high insecticidal efficacy and long residual activity against pyrethroid-resistant malaria vectors in central Côte d'Ivoire. Malaria journal, Vol. 13 , 332.
Jancáryová, D.. (2013) Overweight and obesity - control strategies in Czech and Slovak republics : more than half of adults are overweight. Bulletin / Medicus Mundi Schweiz, Nr. 128. S. 12-16.
Ayres, C. and Müller, P. and Dyer, N. and Wilding, C. and Rigden, D. and Donnelly, M.. (2011) Comparative genomics of the anopheline glutathione s-transferase epsilon cluster. PLoS one, Vol. 6, H. 12 , e29237.
Mysore, Keshava and Flister, Susanne and Müller, Pie and Rodrigues, Veronica and Reichert, Heinrich. (2011) Brain development in the yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti : a comparative immunocytochemical analysis using cross-reacting antibodies from Drosophila melanogaster. Development genes and evolution, Vol. 221. S. 281-296.
Sayasone, S. and Mak, T. K. and Vanmany, M. and Rasphone, O. and Vounatsou, P. and Utzinger, J. and Akkhavong, K. and Odermatt, P.. (2011) Helminth and intestinal protozoa infections, multiparasitism and risk factors in Champasack Province, Lao People's Democratic Republic. PLoS neglected tropical diseases, Vol. 5, H. 4 , e1037.
Stevenson, B. J. and Bibby, J. and Pignatelli, P. and Muangnoicharoen, S. and O'Neill P. M., and Lian, L. Y. and Müller, P. and Nikou, D. and Steven, A. and Hemingway, J. and Sutcliffe, M. J. and Paine, M. J. I.. (2011) Cytochrome P450 6M2 from the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae metabolizes pyrethroids: sequential metabolism of deltamethrin revealed. Insect biochemistry and molecular biology, Vol. 41, H. 7. S. 492-502.
Ramphul, U. and Boase, T. and Bass, C. and Okedi, L. M. and Donnelly, M. J. and Müller, P.. (2009) Insecticide resistance and its association with target-site mutations in natural populations of Anopheles gambiae from eastern Uganda. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Vol. 103, H. 11. S. 1121-1126.