Selected publications

  • J. Thailayil, K. Magnusson, H.C. Godfray, A. Crisanti, F. Catteruccia. "Spermless males elicit large-scale female responses to mating in the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae". Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 Aug 8.

  • D.W. Rogers, F. Baldini, F. Battaglia, M. Panico, A. Dell, H.R. Morris and F. Catteruccia. "Transglutaminase-mediated semen coagulation controls sperm storage in the malaria mosquito". PLoS Biology, 2009, Dec 7(12).

  • D.W. Rogers, M.M.A. Whitten, J. Thailayil, J. Soichot, E.A. Levashina and F. Catteruccia. "Molecular and Cellular Components of the Mating Machinery in Anopheles gambiae Females". PNAS 2008, Dec 9;105(49):19390-5.

  • T. Dottorini, L. Nicolaides, H. Ranson, D.W. Rogers, A. Crisanti and F. Catteruccia. "A genome-wide analysis in Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes reveals 46 male accessory gland genes, possible modulators of female behaviour". PNAS, 2007. Oct 9;104(41):16215-20.

  • F. Catteruccia, J. Benton and A. Crisanti: "An Anopheles transgenic sexing strain for vector control", Nature Biotechnology, 2005. Nov; 23(11):1414-1417.

  • F. Catteruccia, H. C. J. Godfray and A. Crisanti: "Impact of genetic manipulation on the fitness of Anopheles stephensi mosquitoes". Science 2003, Feb 21;299(5610):1225-7.

  • F. Catteruccia, T. Nolan, T.G. Loukeris, C. Blass, F.C Kafatos, C. Savakis and A. Crisanti: "Stable germline transformation of the malaria mosquito Anopheles stephensi", Nature 2000, 405, 959-62.

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