Literature

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Anonymous1998A modern scourge: parents scratch their heads over lice
C. L. Bartels, Peterson, K. E., Taylor, K. L.2001Head lice resistance: itching that just won't stop
T. A. Bell1998Treatment of Pediculus humanus var. capitis infestation in Cowlitz County, Washington, with ivermectin and the LiceMeister(R) comb
I. F. Burgess1998Head lice-developing a practical approach
C. G. Burkhart2005A dermatologist's response to the American Academy of Pediatrics Guidelines on Head Lice
C. G. Burkhart, Burkhart C. N.2004Oral ivermectin for Phthirus pubis
P. Coleshaw, Campbell, J., Henderson, D.1992Resistance in goat lice
A. M. Downs2004Managing head lice in an era of increasing resistance to insecticides
A. M. Downs, Narayan, S., Stafford, K. A., Coles, G. C.2005Effectiveness of ovide against malathion-resistant head lice
J. Drummond, Kotze, A. C., Levot, G. W., Pinnock, D. E.1995Increased susceptibility to Bacillus thuringiensis associated with pyrethroid resistance in Bovicola (Damalinia) ovis (Phthiraptera Mallophaga: possible role of monooxygenases
D. M. Elston2003Drug-resistant lice
B. L. Frankowski2004American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for the prevention and treatment of head lice infestation
P. J. James, Saunders, P. E., Cockrum, K. S., Munro, K. J.1993Resistance to synthetic pyrethroids in South Australian populations of sheep lice (Bovicola ovis)
P. W. Johnson, Boray, J. C., Dawson, K. L.1992Resistance to synthetic pyrethroid pour-on insecticides in strains of the sheep body louse Bovicola (Damalinia) ovis
G. Levot2000Resistance and the control of lice on humans and production animals
G. W. Levot1995Resistance and the control of sheep ectoparasites
G. W. Levot1992High level resistance to cypermethrin in the sheep body louse
P. J. Martin1993The development of high synthetic pyrethroid resistance in Bovicola (Damalinia) ovis and the implications for resistance management
J. W. Maunder1991Strategic aspects of insecticide resistance in head lice
T. Lynn Meinking2004Clinical update on resistance and treatment of Pediculosis capitis
T. Lynn Meinking, Serrano, L., Hard, B., Entzel, P., Lemard, G., Rivera, E., Villar, M. E.2002Comparative in vitro pediculicidal efficacy of treatments in a resistant head lice population in the United States
M. Inés Picollo, Vassena, C. V., Casadio, A. A., Massimo, J., Zerba, E. Nicolás1998Laboratory studies of susceptibility and resistance to insecticides in Pediculus capitis (Anoplura; Pediculidae)
R. J. Pollack, Kiszewski, A., Armstrong, P., Hahn, C., Wolfe, N., Rahman, H. Abdul, Laserson, K., Telford,Sam R., 3rd, Spielman, A.1999Differential permethrin susceptibility of head lice sampled in the United States and Borneo
S. A. Raslavtseva2000Resistance of synanthropic insects to insecticides
V. Rupes, Ledvinka, J., Chmela, J., Pinterova, J.1984Susceptibility to DDT and some other insecticides of head lice (Pediculus capitis DeGeer) in Czechoslovakia
K. Sup Yoon, Gao, J. - R., Lee, S. Hyeock, J. Clark, M., Brown, L., Taplin, D.2003Permethrin-resistant human head lice, Pediculus capitis, and their treatment
B. C. Zeichner1999Baseline susceptibility of a laboratory strain of Pediculus humanus humanus (Anoplura: Pediculidae) using a modified World Health Organization testing protocol
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