Comparative Analysis of the Global Transcriptome of Anopheles funestus from Mali, West Africa

@inproceedings{Serazin2009ComparativeAO,
  title={Comparative Analysis of the Global Transcriptome of Anopheles funestus from Mali, West Africa},
  author={Andrew C. Serazin and Ali N. Dana and Maureen E. Hillenmeyer and Neil F. Lobo and Mamadou M. Bare Coulibaly and Michael B. Willard and Brent W. Harker and Igor V. Sharakhov and Frank H. Collins and Jose M. C. Ribeiro and Nora J. Besansky},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND Anopheles funestus is a principal vector of malaria across much of tropical Africa and is considered one of the most efficient of its kind, yet studies of this species have lagged behind those of its broadly sympatric congener, An. gambiae. In aid of future genomic sequencing of An. funestus, we explored the whole body transcriptome, derived from mixed stage progeny of wild-caught females from Mali, West Africa. PRINCIPAL FINDINGS Here we report the functional annotation and… CONTINUE READING

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