EHI Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

EHI Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications (VCRD Publications 1979-2001)


  1. Ooi, E.E., Hart, T.J., Tan, H.C., Chan, S.H. (2001). Dengue seroepidemiology in Singapore.The Lancet;357(9257): 685-686. [Full Text]

  2. Chung, Y.K.Lam-Phua, S.G., Chua, Y.T., Yatiman, R. (2001). Evaluation of biological and chemical insecticide mixture against Aedes aegypti larvae and adults by thermal fogging in Singapore. Medical and Veterinary Entomology; 15(3): 321-327. [Abstract]

  3. Chung, Y.K.Lim, L.K., Yin, Pang, F.Y. (2001). Detection of dengue viruses in field caught male Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in Singapore by type-specific PCR. Journal of Medical Entomology; 38(4): 475-479. [Abstract]

  4. Lai, T.P.Yatiman, R., Lam-Phua, S.G. (2001). Susceptibility of adult field strains of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus in Singapore to pirimiphos-methyl and permethrin. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association; 17(2): 144-146. [Abstract]


  1. Chow, V.T.K., Chan, Y.C., Yong, R., Lee, K.M., Lim, L.K., Chung, Y.K., Lam-Phua, S.G., Tan, B.T. (1998). Monitoring of dengue viruses in field-caught Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitoes by a type-specific polymerase chain reaction and cycle sequencing. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; 58(5): 578-586. [Full Text]

  2. Tan, B.T.Lawther, J.F.Lam-Phua, S.G., Lee, K.M. (1998). Research in Aedes control. Goh, K. T. (editor) Dengue in Singapore. Technical Monograph Series, no. 2. Institute of Environmental Epidemiology, Ministry of Environment, Singapore. Pp. 124-137.


  1. Liew, C., Lam-Phua, S. G., Curtis, C. F. (1994). The susceptibility status of Singapore Aedes vectors to Temephos and Pirimiphos-methyl. Proceedings of the First International Congress of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine, Kuala Lumpur; 68-77.


  1. Ong, K.H., Chew, L.M., Tan, K.K., Phua. S.G., Chan, K.L. (1979). The susceptibility status of some common Singapore vectors to some common insecticides. Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium on our EnvironmentInstitute of Natural Sciences, Nanyang University, Singapore; 81-91.