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Genetically modified Mosquitoes are the pathogenic agents of the Zika Disease

Genetically modified Mosquitoes are the pathogenic agents of the Zika Disease

a theoretical study  by Petia Ganeva

Genetically Modified Mosquitoes are the pathogenic agents of the Zika Disease

Structure

Abstract: At last

  1. Introduction

  2. The Role of the Genetically modified mosquitoes withhin the Zika disease-

– Genetically modified male mosquitoes with the bacteria Wolbachia are used to control resp, to reduce the population of the Aedes eagypti mosquitoes, which carry the Zika Virus.

    1. Classification , Life Cycle and Properties of the Zika carrying moesquitoes

    2. Range of the Aedes Moesquioes in the world

    3. Genetic Modification of Mosquitoes- since when?what for ? Who?

    4. The Genetic Modified Mosquitoes ,….and ,,, are the pathogenic agents of the diases Zika

      These genetic modified mosquitoes, which carry the bacteria Wolbachia ” enhance” the Plasmodius infection resp the virus Zika- statements from empirical research studies

    5. Control and Abetment of the Zika carrying mosquitoes

    6. Summarization and Conclusions

      to combat Zika carrying mosquitoes with male musquitoes , which are genetically modfied and carry the pathogenic bacteria Wolbachia, that intensifies the virus, is wrong,. It increases the reptoduction of the Zika carrying mosquitoes and in this way the number of infected human also increased. The dessimination of these parasitic insects enlarges. While only 9 countries were infected with the Zika disease in the 1970, today already 100 states in the world suffer on this Zika virus ( thanks to the wrongly, falsely because of the inadequate usage of genetically modfied Zika, Wolbachia carrying male mosquitoes to control the population of the Aedes eagypti Zika borne insect species.

The Zika virus, now spreading with unbridled ferocity, appears to have been caused by the release of genetically engineered mosquitoes that scientists hoped would sharply reduce malaria infections.

https://grandmageri422.me/2016/05/29/zika-virus-caused-by-sinister-bio-engineering-by-nwo-scientists-this-was-no-accident/comment-page-1/

Wolbachia infections have been demonstrated to enhance rather than suppress pathogens in some systems [12]–[18]. Plasmodium parasites, which are the causal agent of malaria, seem particularly prone to Wolbachia-mediated pathogen enhancement [13]–[16].

http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2015/08/wolbachia_bacteria_in_aedes_aegypti_mosquitoes_biological_warfare_against.html

 

 

Wolbachia Can Enhance Plasmodium Infection in Mosquitoes – NCBI

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › … › Literature › PubMed Central (PMC) – Diese Seite übersetzen

von GL Hughes – ‎2014 – ‎Zitiert von: 10 – ‎Ähnliche Artikel

04.09.2014 – Plasmodium parasites, which are the causal agent of malaria, seem particularly prone to Wolbachia-mediated pathogen enhancement …

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4154766/

Wolbachia – Eliminate Dengue

http://www.eliminatedengue.com/faqs/index/type/wolbachia

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Wolbachia are bacteria that only live inside insect cells. This bacterium occurs naturally in up to 60 per cent of all insect species, including butterflies, dragonflies ..- and what about the birds , which eat them?

However, a worrying trend is emerging whereby Wolbachia infections have been demonstrated to enhance rather than suppress pathogens in some systems [12][18]Plasmodium parasites, which are the causal agent of malaria, seem particularly prone to Wolbachia-mediated pathogen enhancement 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4154766/

 

 

However, a worrying trend is emerging whereby Wolbachia infections have been demonstrated to enhance rather than suppress pathogens in some systems [12]–[18]. Plasmodium parasites, which are the causal agent of malaria, seem particularly prone to Wolbachia-mediated pathogen enhancement

 

Wolbachia – Eliminate Dengue

http://www.eliminatedengue.com/faqs/index/type/wolbachia

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Wolbachia are bacteria that only live inside insect cells. This bacterium occurs naturally in up to 60 per cent of all insect species, including butterflies, dragonflies …

Wolbachia Can Enhance Plasmodium Infection in Mosquitoes – NCBI

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › … › Literature › PubMed Central (PMC) – Diese Seite übersetzen

von GL Hughes – ‎2014 – ‎Zitiert von: 10 – ‎Ähnliche Artikel

04.09.2014 – Plasmodium parasites, which are the causal agent of malaria, seem particularly prone to Wolbachia-mediated pathogen enhancement …

 

OPERATION DEPOPULATION! Zika Virus On The Move!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulhXKoc0WkY

 

Zika virus outbreak exactly where genetically modified mosquitoes were released in 2015

 

Zika virus outbreak exactly where genetically … – Hang The Bankers

www.hangthebankers.com/zika-virus-outbreak-genetically-modif..

Focus on the Insects-

a paper for the BIOLOGY Journal RADOX

by Petia Ganeva

              1. Introduction= the topic of this theoretical approach

              2. The Zika Disease- symptoms , patterns, description of the disease, when and how does it start. Since when does it exist? First cases? Death cases? Dissemination ( Verbreitung ) of this disease in the world.

              3. The Role of the Genetically Modfied Mosquitoes within the Zika Disease

              4. The Genetically Modfied Mosquitoes by the company Oxitec are the pathogenic agents of the Zika Disease

              5. Peroration ( Summarization) and Conclusions

                Genetically modified mosquitoes are pathogenic agents of the disease Zika

  1. Structure

    1. Indtroduction- presenting the topic of the theoretical approach

    2. The Zika Disease- Symptoms, Patttern- Verlauf, Vebreitung( Dissemination) , Cases( First Cases Death Cases), Ausbruch. Since when does this disease exist?

    3. The role ( the impact) of gentically modified mosquitoes within the Zika Disease ( on Zika Disease)

    4.The Mosquitoes in our enviroment

    Biological pattern

    5. Genetic modification of mosquitoes

      1. Genetic modification of insects

      2. Genetic modification of mosquitoes

      3. The process of genetic modification of mosquitoes

      4. Phenotypes and properties of genetic modified mosquitoes

    6. Genetically modified mosquitoes are pathogenic agents of the Zika disease

    https://www.cdc.gov/zika/vector/index.html

    7. Abetment of the insect- like pathogenenic agents of the Zika disease

    https://www.cdc.gov/zika/vector/aerial-spraying.html

    https://www.cdc.gov/zika/vector/aerial-spraying.html

    8. Summarization and Conclusions

    Literaturhinweise:

    Citing with quotes

    References:

    https://www.cdc.gov/zika/

    https://www.cdc.gov/zika/vector/index.html

Government of Florida:

“mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus

https://www.cdc.gov/zika/vector/aerial-spraying.html

https://www.cdc.gov/zika/laboratories/index.html

Zika mosquitoes Identification and Classification

Potential and real Range of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus in countries

in the United States.

the potential range of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus in the United States.

How to identify the mosquitoes that spread Zika and dengue …

http://www.businessinsider.com/identify-mosquitoes-diseases-zika-viru…

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08.02.2016 – Malaria alone infected 214 million people in 2015, causing 438,000 deaths. Not one but 40 different species of mosquitoes can transmit …

Es fehlt: classification

The Zika Mosquito: What Makes Aedes Aegypti So Dangerous? – The …

http://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/04/aedes…/479619/

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25.04.2016 – The bug at the center of the Zika outbreak, Aedes aegypti, loves humans, hides under beds, and can breed practically anywhere.

Estimated range of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus in the US – CDC

http://www.cdc.gov › Zika Virus Home › Mosquito Control

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02.08.2016 – Aedes aegyptimosquitoes are more likely to spread viruses like Zika, dengue, chikungunya and other viruses than other types of mosquitoes …

Transmission | Zika virus | CDC

http://www.cdc.gov › Zika Virus Home

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27.08.2016 – Zika virus is transmitted to people primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito (Ae. aegypti and Ae. albopictus). These are ..

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Conclusions

With the sudden emergence of Zika virus as an evolving epidemic, we are confronted with the need to simultaneously study and understand a new disease, and to develop countermeasures. In many ways Zika presents a much more complex challenge than Ebola, and it may impact more lives. It is vector borne, and therefore its range of transmission will be determined by vector ecosystem. Limiting movement or contact of people cannot significantly contain it. Acute infection may be unapparent, so patients cannot be quarantined. Zika-related disease has its most devastating effects on the unborn fetus with a delay to diagnosis. The transplacental pathology is not understood. The occurrence of GBS suggests that Zika virus associated disease has an autoimmune component. It is epidemic in a region with a high degree of global connectivity; cases will be widely disseminated. The Zika epidemic is moving very rapidly. Research reagents, animal models, and fundamental science knowledge are much less well developed than they were for Ebola. On the other hand, decades of experience with dengue, YFYF, and West Nile have equipped us with familiarity with ADE and flavivirus vaccine development strategies. Zika virus is likely a harbinger of future diseases driven by ecosystem change and global interconnectedness.

Perhaps the biggest challenge with Zika will be to recognize it for what it is: a new disease which does not fit the epidemiology or response paradigm of Ebola or dengue and which will demand effort, resources, unparalleled collaboration, and above all, open mindedness in formulating responses

Somekind of blood tests????

placenta – blood infection-

vitamin c, aloe vera b12 complex?

http://journals.plos.org/plosntds/article?id=10.1371/journal.pntd.0004530