Scientists use machine-learning approach to track disease-carrying mosquitoes
13 days ago - By ScienceDaily
Researchers are using a machine-learning approach to map landscape connectivity of the species Aedes aegypti, the so-called Yellow Fever mosquito, which is a primary vector for transmission of viruses causing dengue fever, chikungunya and Zika.
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Researchers develop models to predict epidemics of yellow fever, other mosquito-borne diseases
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Yellow fever was the first human disease to have a licensed vaccine and has long been considered important to an understanding of how epidemics happen and should be combated.
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