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22-Jul-2015Modeling in vivo interactions of engineered nanoparticles in the pulmonary alveolar lining fluidMukherjee, D; Porter, A; Ryan, M; Schwander, S; Chung, KF, et al
9-Jan-2019All-optical crosstalk-free manipulation and readout of Chronos-expressing NeuronsSoor, N; Quicke, P; Howe, C; Pang, KT; Neil, M, et al
12-May-2017The peptidoglycan recognition proteins PGRPLA and PGRPLB regulate Anopheles immunity to bacteria and affect infection by PlasmodiumGendrin, MEM; Turlure, F; Rodgers, FH; Cohuet, A; Morlais, I, et al
4-Oct-2017The effect of larval diet on adult survival, swarming activity and copulation success in male Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae)Lang, B; Idugoe, S; McManus, K; Drury, F; Qureshi, A, et al
1-Dec-2016Size, sounds, and sex: interactions between body size and harmonic convergence signals determine mating success in Aedes aegyptiCator, LJ; Zacharo, Z; Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC); National Institutes of Health
14-Feb-2019Female resistance and harmonic convergence influence male mating success in Aedes aegyptiAldersley, A; Cator, L; Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC); National Institutes of Health
12-Jul-2018High speed functional imaging with source localized multifocal two-photon microscopyQuicke, P; Reynolds, S; Neil, M; Knopfel, T; Schultz, S, et al
14-Feb-2019Single-neuron level one-photon voltage imaging with sparsely targeted genetically encoded voltage indicatorsQuicke, P; Song, C; McKimm, EJ; Milosevic, MM; Howe, CL, et al
19-Jul-2019Too “sexy” for the field? Paired measures of laboratory and semi-field performance highlight variability in the apparent mating fitness of Aedes aegypti transgenic strainsAldersley, AA; Pongsiri, A; Bunmee, K; Kijchalao, U; Chittham, W, et al
4-Jun-2019Male competition and the evolution of mating and life history traits in experimental populations of Aedes aegyptiQureshi, A; Aldersley, A; Hollis, B; Ponlawat, A; Cator, L, et al