Dengue Fever

The worldwide failure of controlling the mosquito Aedes aegypti, the major global insect vector of dengue virus, has made this disease a major global health problem. Infection with one or more dengue viruses imperils an estimated 2·5 billion people living in tropical and subtropical countries, mostly in large and small cities. About 50–100 million individuals are infected every year! As many as 500,000 cases of severe hospitalizations with dengue infection occur annually due to dengue hemorrhagic fever and dengue shock syndrome (DHF/DSS). In many countries, dengue is one of the leading causes of pediatric hospitalization, and is thus regarded as one of the major tropical diseases.

Dengue Fever

Nature Treats Nature

A state of the art biological platform for developing a wide range of agricultural applications in the fields of plant protection, pest control and for new trait enhancement. We are learning from Nature, harnessing a naturally occuring mechanism. This is why we call our platform -  Nature Treats Nature (NTN) .

The NTN platform provides us with all the elements for producing and delivering biological solutions.

The major advantages of our technology:

1. Highly specific

2. Fully degradable

3. Safe to non-target organisms

4. Very effective and robust

5. Non GM


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