Laboratory Analysis :

  1. Bargielowski I, Alphey L, Koella JC. Cost of Mating and Insemination Capacity of a Genetically Modified Mosquito Aedes aegypti OX513A Compared to Its Wild Type Counterpart. PLoS ONE, 2011, 6(10): 1-5.

  2. Bargielowski I, Kaufmann C, Alphey L, Reiter P, Koella J. Flight performance and teneral energy reserves of two genetically-modified and one wild-type strain of the yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 2012, 12 (12).

  3. Bargielowski I, Nimmo D, Alphey L, Koella JC. Comparison of Life History Characteristics of the Genetically Modified OX513A Line and a Wild Type Strain ofAedes aegypti. PLoS ONE, 2011, 6(6): 1-7.

  4. Kongmee M, Nimmo D, Ve Labbe´G, Beech C, Grieco J, Alphey L, Achee N. Irritant and repellent behavioral responses ofAedes aegypti male populations developed for RIDL disease control strategies. Journal of Medical Entomology, 2010, 47(6): 1092-1098.

  5. Lee HL, Aramu M, Nazni WA, Selvi S, Vasan SS. No evidence for successful interspecific cross-mating of transgenic Aedes aegypti (L.) and wild type Aedes albopictus Skuse. Tropical Biomedicine, 2009, 26(3): 312–319.

  6. Lee HL, Joko H, Naznia WA, Vasan SS. Comparative life parameters of transgenic and wild strain of Aedes aegypti in the laboratory. Dengue Bulletin, 2009, 33: 103-114.

  7. Lee HL, Vasan S, Ahmad NW, Idris I, Hanum N, Selvi S, Alphey L, Murad S. Mating compatibility and competitiveness of transgenic and wild type Aedes aegypti (L.) under contained semi-field conditions. Transgenic Research, 2012: 1-11.

  8. Nazni WA, Lee HL, Dayang HAB, Azahari AH. Cross-mating between Malaysian strains of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus in the laboratory. Southeast Asian J.Trop. Med. Public Health, 2009, 40(1): 40-46.

  9. Naznia WA, Selvia S, Lee HL, Sadiyaha I, Azaharia H, Derricb N, Vasan SS. Susceptibility status of transgenic Aedes aegypti (L.) against insecticides. Dengue Bulletin, 2009, 33: 124-129.

  10. Nordin O, Donald W, Ming WH, Ney TG, Mohamed KA, Nor Halim AA, Winskill P, Hadi AA, Muhammad ZS, Lacroix R, Scaife S, McKemey AR, Beech C, Shahnaz M, Alphey L, Nimmo DD, Nazni WA, Lee HL. Oral ingestion of transgenic RIDL Ae. aegypti larvae has no negative effect on two predator Toxorhynchites species. PLoS ONE, 2013, 8(3): 1-7.

  11. Phuc HK, Andreasen MH, Burton RS, Vass C, Epton MJ, Pape G, Fu G, Condon KC, Scaife S, Donnelly CA, Coleman PG, White-Cooper H, Alphey L. Late-acting dominant lethal genetic systems and mosquito control. BMC Biology, 2007, 5: 1-11.
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