Risk factors of exposure to Aedes albopictus bites in mainland France using an immunological biomarker

Abstract : In recent decades, the invasive Aedes albopictus vector has spread across Europe and is responsible for numerous outbreaks of autochthonous arboviral disease. The aim of this study was to identify epidemiological and sociological risk factors related to individual levels of exposure to Aedes albopictus bites. A multidisciplinary survey was conducted with volunteer blood donors living in areas either colonised or not by Aedes albopictus in mainland France. Individual levels of exposure were evaluated by measuring the IgG level specific to Aedes albopictus saliva. The most striking risk factors concerned the localisation and characteristics of the dwelling. Individuals living in areas colonised prior to 2009 or recently colo-nised (between 2010 and 2012) had higher anti-salivary gland extract IgG levels compared with those who were living in areas not yet colonised by Ae. albopictus. The type of dwelling did not seem to impact the level of exposure to Aedes bites. People living in apartments had a higher anti-salivary gland extract IgG level than those living in individual houses but the difference was not statistically significant. Interestingly, the presence of air conditioning or window nets was associated with a noticeable reduction in bite intensity.
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A Poinsignon, D. Boulanger, F Binetruy, E. Elguero, F. Darriet, et al.. Risk factors of exposure to Aedes albopictus bites in mainland France using an immunological biomarker. Epidemiology and Infection, Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2019, 147, pp.e238. ⟨10.1017/S0950268819001286⟩. ⟨hal-02445863⟩

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