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Noun1.phlebotomus - a mild viral disease transmitted by the bite of the sand fly Phlebotomus papatasii
disease - an impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning
2.Phlebotomus - small bloodsucking sand flies that resemble moths
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Psychodidae, Psychodidae - very small two-winged flies with hairy wings that develop in moss and damp vegetable matter: sand flies
Phlebotomus papatasii, sand fly, sandfly - any of various small dipterous flies; bloodsucking females can transmit sandfly fever and leishmaniasis
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tropica from Phlebotomus papatasi and Phlebotomus sergenti, respectively are identified using the semi-nested PCR method against kDNA and the Internal Transcribed Spacer 1 Polymerase Chain Reaction Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (ITS1-PCR-RFLP) in Al-madinah Al-munawarah province of Saudi Arabia (El-Beshbishy et al.
ITS 2 sequences heterogeneity in Phlebotomus sergenti and Phlebotomus similis (Diptera Psychodidae): possible consequences in their ability to transmit Leishmania tropica.
Phlebotomus sergenti has been confirmed as the vector of CL caused by L.
A comparison of the intraspecific variability of Phlebotomus sergenti Parrot, 1917 (Diptera: Psychodidae).
Phlebotomus sergenti was identified as vector of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Kabul city, whereas P.
En otros ordenes como Diptera, se han reportado variaciones de un nucleotido en Phlebotomus sergenti (Parrot, 1917) (Psychodidae) (Moin-Vaziri et al.
The vectorial competence of Phlebotomus sergenti is specific for Leishmania tropica and is controlled by species-specific, lipophosphoglycan-mediated midgut attachment.
It has been documented that Leishmania tropica subtype Mon-761 according to the Classification of Montpellier is the causative parasite for the anthroponotic form of the disease (ACL) in the traditional focus of Aleppo city3 while Phlebotomus sergenti is the vector.