1. Acid test: scientists reveal how mosquitoes track us  The Times
  2. Geneticists close in on how mosquitoes sniff out human sweat  Science News
  3. How mosquitoes smell human sweat (and new ways to stop them)  Phys.org
  4. Scientists discover how mosquitoes detect human sweat  New Straits Times
  5. Researchers discover how mosquitoes know where you are  Cosmos
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The Aedes aegypti mosquito has evolved with us. It is exquisitely adapted to finding humans, sucking their blood and giving them diseases, such as dengue fever. This is its great talent and its great flaw because scientists have identified the human-specific smell it uses to seek us, and are lookingThe Aedes aegypti mosquito has evolved with us. It is exquisitely adapted to finding humans, sucking their blood and giving them diseases, such as dengue fever. This is its great talent and its...

Acid test: scientists reveal how mosquitoes track us | News | The Times

Researchers in the U.S. claim to have discovered a new way to prevent mosquitoes from biting people by targeting a smell receptor that can detect human sweat. Researchers in the U.S. claim to have discovered a new way to prevent mosquitoes from biting people by targeting a smell receptor that can detect human sweat.

Mosquitoes target humans to bite by smelling their sweat: study | CTV News

Female mosquitoes are known to rely on an array of sensory information to find people to bite, picking up on carbon dioxide, body odor, heat, moisture, and visual cues. Now researchers reporting in the ...

How mosquitoes smell human sweat (and new ways to stop them)

A long-sought protein proves vital for mosquitoes’ ability to detect lactic acid, a great clue for finding a human.A long-sought protein proves vital for mosquitoes’ ability to detect lactic acid, a great clue for finding a human.

Geneticists close in on how mosquitoes sniff out human sweat | Science News

Disabling a specific protein makes them lose interest in using humans as food sources. Samantha Page reports.Disabling a specific protein makes them lose interest in using humans as food sources. Samantha Page reports.

Researchers discover how mosquitoes know where you are | Cosmos

Female mosquitoes searching for a meal of blood detect people partly by using a special olfactory receptor to home in on our sweat. The finding could lead to new approaches for better repellents.Female mosquitoes searching for a meal of blood detect people partly by using a special olfactory receptor to home in on our sweat. The finding could lead to new approaches for better repellents.

How Mosquitoes Use Human Sweat To Find And Bite Us : Shots - Health News : NPR

Female mosquitoes searching for a meal of blood detect people partly by using a special olfactory receptor to home in on our sweat. The finding could lead to new approaches for better repellents.Female mosquitoes searching for a meal of blood detect people partly by using a special olfactory receptor to home in on our sweat. The finding could lead to new approaches for better repellents.

How mosquitoes sniff out human sweat to find us | MPR News