Caught in the Net
Which insecticide-infused mosquito nets are still effective? Mass spec has the answer.
Jonathan James | | Quick Read
Insecticide-infused netting plays a vital role in limiting the spread of mosquito-borne diseases, but determining when a net has lost its potency poses a tricky technical challenge. Collaboration between pathologists and analytical scientists in the US has led to a potential solution – a mass spectrometric method to differentiate between effective and ineffective netting (1).
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