Considerations in the design of clinical trials to test Novel entomological approaches to dengue controlView details
Impact of Wolbachia on Infection with Chikungunya and Yellow Fever Viruses in the Mosquito Vector Aedes aegyptiView details
Wolbachia-induced aae-miR-12 miRNA negatively regulates the expression of MCT1 and MCM6 genes in Wolbachia-infected mosquito cell lineView details
Effect of Wolbachia on replication of West Nile virus in a mosquito cell line and adult mosquitoesView details
Antiviral protection and the importance of Wolbachia density and tissue tropism in Drosophila simulansView details
Effect of Wolbachia on insecticide susceptibility in lines of Aedes aegyptiView details
The Importance of Long-Term Social Research in Enabling Participation and Developing Engagement Strategies for New Dengue Control TechnologiesView details
Impacts of Wolbachia Infection on Predator Prey Relationships: Evaluating Survival and Horizontal Transfer between wMelPop Infected Aedes aegypti and Its PredatorsView details
Why do we need alternative tools to control mosquito-borne diseases in Latin America?View details
The small interfering RNA pathway is not essential for Wolbachia-mediated antiviral protection in Drosophila melanogasterView details
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