Serology and biting rates

Human exposure to An farauti bites does not elicit antibodies against the gSG6 antigen

Description of data archiving for analysis

A experiment using HLC and human Sera were conducted at Jack Harbour, Tugunivili, New Mala and Saeragi villages, Western Province in the Solomon Islands. This work commenced on May 2016 and was completed on March 2017. The data from the entire set of experiments has been archived into one database.

 

Solomon Islands Biting rates vs gSG6 response

Parameter

Details

Aim

To see if the prevalence anti-gSG6 antibodies might then serve as an entomological proxy to estimate An farauti biting intensity

Dates

10 months from May 2016 to July 2017

Table

Entomological and Serological data combined

Collection times

Hourly from 1800hrs to 0000hrs.

Analysis

Comparison of biting rates against gSG6 response

 

Data dictionary – Sero

Parameter

Type

Details

Barcode

Text

Collection stations Unique ID of sample

Date

Date

Date of sample collection

Season

Text

Season of collection, Dry or Wet

Village

Text

Village of sample collection

Zone

Text

    Data Record Details
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  • Description

    Human exposure to An farauti bites does not elicit antibodies against the gSG6 antigen

    Description of data archiving for analysis

    A experiment using HLC and human Sera were conducted at Jack Harbour, Tugunivili, New Mala and Saeragi villages, Western Province in the Solomon Islands. This work commenced on May 2016 and was completed on March 2017. The data from the entire set of experiments has been archived into one database.

     

    Solomon Islands Biting rates vs gSG6 response

    Parameter

    Details

    Aim

    To see if the prevalence anti-gSG6 antibodies might then serve as an entomological proxy to estimate An farauti biting intensity

    Dates

    10 months from May 2016 to July 2017

    Table

    Entomological and Serological data combined

    Collection times

    Hourly from 1800hrs to 0000hrs.

    Analysis

    Comparison of biting rates against gSG6 response

     

    Data dictionary – Sero

    Parameter

    Type

    Details

    Barcode

    Text

    Collection stations Unique ID of sample

    Date

    Date

    Date of sample collection

    Season

    Text

    Season of collection, Dry or Wet

    Village

    Text

    Village of sample collection

    Zone

    Text

  • Other Descriptors
    • Descriptor

      This dataset is available as a spreadsheet saved in both MS Excel (.xlsx) and Open Document (.ods) formats.

    • Descriptor type Note
  • Data type dataset
  • Keywords
    • gSG6
    • Anopheles farauti
    • Human Biting Rate
  • Funding source
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  • Research themes
    Tropical Health, Medicine and Biosecurity
    FoR Codes (*)
    • 060808 - Invertebrate Biology
    • 060201 - Behavioural Ecology
    SEO Codes
    • 920109 - Infectious Diseases
    • 920401 - Behaviour and Health
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    Temporal (time) coverage
  • Start Date 2016/05/01
  • End Date 2017/03/01
  • Time Period
    Spatial (location) coverage
  • Locations
    • Western Province, Solomon Islands
    Data Locations

    Type Location Notes
    Physical Location Insectory Lab, AITHM Building E5, James Cook University, Cairns Campus
    Attachment Sero_data_clean.xlsx MS Excel (.xlsx) format
    Attachment Sero_data_clean.ods Open Document (.ods) format
    The Data Manager is: Edgar Pollard
    College or Centre
    Access conditions Open: free access under license
  • Alternative access conditions
  • Data record size 2 files: 655 KB
  • Related publications
      Name Pollard, Edgar J.M., Patterson, Catriona, Russell, Tanya L., Apairamo, Alan, Oscar, Jance, Arcà, Bruno, Drakeley, Chris, and Burkot, Thomas R. (2019) Human exposure to Anopheles farauti bites in the Solomon Islands is not associated with IgG antibody response to the gSG6 salivary protein of Anopheles gambiae. Malaria Journal, 18. 334.
    • URL https://doi.org/10.1186/s12936-019-2975-8
    • Notes Open Access
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    Citation Pollard, Edgar (2019): Serology and biting rates. James Cook University. https://doi.org/10.25903/5d4a47cbf1df2