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dc.contributor.authorCardona Salgado, Daiver
dc.contributor.authorCampo Duarte, Doris Elena
dc.contributor.authorSepúlveda Salcedo, Lilian Sofía
dc.contributor.authorVasilieva, Olga
dc.contributor.authorSvinin, Mikhail
dc.description.abstractIn this paper, we propose a dengue transmission model of SIR(S)-SI type that accounts for two sex-structured mosquito populations: the wild mosquitoes (males and females that are Wol- bachia-free), and those deliberately infected with either wMel or wMelPop strain of Wolbachia. This epidemiological model has four possible outcomes: with or without Wolbachia and with or without dengue. To reach the desired outcome, with Wolbachia and without dengue, we employ the dynamic optimization approach and then design optimal programs for releasing Wolbachia-carrying male and female mosquitoes. Our discussion is focused on advantages and drawbacks of two Wolbachia strains, wMelPop and wMel, that are recommended for dengue prevention and control. On the one hand, the wMel strain guarantees a faster population replacement, ensures durable Wolbachia persistence in the wild mosquito population, and requiters fewer releases. On the other hand, the wMelPop strain displays better results for averting dengue infections in the human populationeng
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dc.titleOptimal release programs for dengue prevention using aedes aegypti mosquitoes transinfected with wmel or wmelpop wolbachia strainseng
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dc.identifier.instnameUniversidad Autónoma de Occidentespa
dc.identifier.reponameRepositorio Educativo Digitalspa
dc.relation.citesCardona Salgado, D., Campo Duarte, D. E., Sepúlveda Salcedo, L. S., Vasilieva, O., Svinin, M. (2021). Optimal release programs for dengue prevention using Aedes aegypti mosquitoes transinfected with wMel or wMelPop Wolbachia strains. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering. Vol 18 (3), pp. 2952-2990.
dc.relation.ispartofjournalMathematical Biosciences and Engineeringeng
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dc.subject.proposalAedes aegypti mosquitoeseng
dc.subject.proposalSex-structured modeleng
dc.subject.proposalDengue transmission modeleng
dc.subject.proposalWolbachia-based biocontroleng
dc.subject.proposalwMelPop and wMel strainseng
dc.subject.proposalOptimal controleng
dc.subject.proposalOptimal release programeng

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