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Extensive introgression in a malaria vector species complex revealed by phylogenomics
Introduction The notion that species boundaries can be porous to introgression is increasingly accepted. Yet the broader role of introgression in evolution remains contentious and poorly documented,Expand
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Concerning RNA-guided gene drives for the alteration of wild populations
Gene drives may be capable of addressing ecological problems by altering entire populations of wild organisms, but their use has remained largely theoretical due to technical constraints. Here weExpand
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Concerning RNA-Guided Gene Drives for the Alteration of Wild Populations
Gene drives may be capable of addressing ecological problems by altering entire populations of wild organisms, but their use has remained largely theoretical due to technical constraints. Here weExpand
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Highly evolvable malaria vectors: The genomes of 16 Anopheles mosquitoes
INTRODUCTION Control of mosquito vectors has historically proven to be an effective means of eliminating malaria. Human malaria is transmitted only by mosquitoes in the genus Anopheles, but not allExpand
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Stable germline transformation of the malaria mosquito Anopheles stephensi
Anopheline mosquito species are obligatory vectors for human malaria, an infectious disease that affects hundreds of millions of people living in tropical and subtropical countries. The lack of aExpand
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A genome-wide analysis in Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes reveals 46 male accessory gland genes, possible modulators of female behavior
The male accessory glands (MAGs) of many insect species produce and secrete a number of reproductive proteins collectively named Acps. These proteins, many of which are rapidly evolving, areExpand
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Evidence of natural Wolbachia infections in field populations of Anopheles gambiae
Wolbachia are maternally transmitted intracellular bacteria that invade insect populations by manipulating their reproduction and immunity and thus limiting the spread of numerous human pathogens.Expand
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Transglutaminase-Mediated Semen Coagulation Controls Sperm Storage in the Malaria Mosquito
The mating plug is a key regulator of mosquito fertility.
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Wolbachia infections in natural Anopheles populations affect egg laying and negatively correlate with Plasmodium development
The maternally inherited alpha-proteobacterium Wolbachia has been proposed as a tool to block transmission of devastating mosquito-borne infectious diseases like dengue and malaria. Here we study theExpand
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Constitutive and blood meal-induced trypsin genes in Anopheles gambiae.
Trypsin genes in Anopheles gambiae are arranged as a tightly clustered gene family consisting of seven related coding sequences, devoid of introns. The two blood meal-inducible members of thisExpand
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