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Molecular and structural changes characterizing salinity tolerance in Aedes aegypti mosquito: The major global vector of arboviral diseases

  Introduction From an origin in tropical forests where it blood fed on animals, Aedes aegypti adopted a preference for developing near human habitations and blood feeding on humans, spreading widely to become the principal vector of important arboviral diseases including dengue, chikungunya, yellow fever, and Zika (Ramasamy, et al., 2021). It was regarded as an obligate fresh water (FW) […]

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