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“Background Mosquitoes are transmitters of several serious human diseases including malaria. Anophelines are the only transmitters of malaria. Anopheles stephensi is the main vector in urban India, where 70% of world-wide malaria related cases occur. During the development and maturation of parasite in vector the midgut of the female Anopheles is a major site of interaction. Interruption of parasite development in mosquitoes remains the enticing strategy for the control of mosquito-borne diseases.