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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 02/2019, Volume 363, Issue 6427, pp. 593 - 593
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Applied and Environmental Microbiology, ISSN 0099-2240, 09/2014, Volume 80, Issue 18, p. 5844
  The viviparous tsetse fly utilizes proline as a hemolymph-borne energy source. In tsetse, biosynthesis of proline from alanine involves the enzyme... 
Symbiosis | Insects | Vitamin B | Homeostasis | Gram-negative bacteria
Journal Article
by Watanabe, Junichi and Hattori, Masahira and Berriman, Matthew and Lehane, Michael J and Hall, Neil and Solano, Philippe and Aksoy, Serap and Hide, Winston and Touré, Yeya and Attardo, Geoffrey M and Darby, Alistair C and Toyoda, Atsushi and Hertz-Fowler, Christiane and Larkin, Denis M and Cotton, James A and Sanders, Mandy J and Swain, Martin T and Quail, Michael A and Inoue, Noboru and Ravel, Sophie and Taylor, Todd D and Srivastava, Tulika P and Sharma, Vineet and Warren, Wesley and Wilson, Richard K and Suzuki, Yutaka and Lawson, Daniel and Hughes, Daniel S. T and Megy, Karyn and Masiga, Daniel K and Mireji, Paul O and Hansen, Immo A and Van Den Abbeele, Jan and Benoit, Joshua B and Bourtzis, Kostas and Obiero, George F. O and Robertson, Hugh M and Jones, Jeffery W and Zhou, Jing-Jiang and Field, Linda M and Friedrich, Markus and Nyanjom, Steven R. G and Telleria, Erich L and Caljon, Guy and Ribeiro, José M. C and Acosta-Serrano, Alvaro and Ooi, Cher-Pheng and Rose, Clair and Price, David P and Haines, Lee R and Christoffels, Alan and Sim, Cheolho and Pham, Daphne Q. D and Denlinger, David L and Geiser, Dawn L and Omedo, Irene A and Winzerling, Joy J and Peyton, Justin T and Marucha, Kevin K and Jonas, Mario and Meuti, Megan E and Rawlings, Neil D and Zhang, Qirui and Macharia, Rosaline W and Michalkova, Veronika and Dashti, Zahra Jalali Sefid and Baumann, Aaron A and Gäde, Gerd and Marco, Heather G and Caers, Jelle and Schoofs, Liliane and Riehle, Michael A and Hu, Wanqi and Tu, Zhijian and Tarone, Aaron M and Malacrida, Anna R and Kibet, Caleb K and Scolari, Francesca and Koekemoer, Jacobus J. O and Willis, Judith and Gomulski, Ludvik M and Falchetto, Marco and Scott, Maxwell J and Fu, Shuhua and Sze, Sing-Hoi and Luiz, Thiago and Weiss, Brian and Walshe, Deirdre P and Wang, Jingwen and Wamalwa, Mark and Mwangi, Sarah and Ramphul, Urvashi N and Snyder, Anna K and Brelsfoard, Corey L and Thomas, Gavin H and Tsiamis, George and Arensburger, Peter and Rio, Rita V. M and Macdonald, Sandy J and Panji, Sumir and ... and IGGI and International Glossina Genome Initiative
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 2014, Volume 344, Issue 6182, pp. 380 - 386
Tsetse flies are the sole vectors of human African trypanosomiasis throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Both sexes of adult tsetse feed exclusively on blood and... 
DIPTERA | IMMUNE-RESPONSES | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | PROTEINS | PERITROPHIC MATRIX | AQUAPORINS | FLIES | Tsetse Flies - parasitology | Molecular Sequence Data | Salivary Glands - physiology | Salivary Glands - parasitology | Wolbachia - physiology | Blood | Trypanosomiasis, African - transmission | Microbiota | Wolbachia - genetics | Tsetse Flies - physiology | Female | Genome, Insect | Tsetse Flies - microbiology | Genes, Insect | Symbiosis | Insect Proteins - physiology | Insect Vectors - microbiology | Molecular Sequence Annotation | Tsetse Flies - genetics | Insect Proteins - genetics | Reproduction - genetics | Feeding Behavior | Sequence Analysis, DNA | Animals | Insect Vectors - genetics | Insect Vectors - physiology | Insect Vectors - parasitology | Sensation - genetics | Trypanosoma - physiology | Zoological research | Genetic vectors | Genetic research | Genetic aspects | Research | Nucleotide sequencing | Tsetse-flies | Trypanosomiasis | DNA sequencing | Proteins | Insects | Parasitic diseases | Genomics | Wolbachia/genetics | Tsetse Flies/parasitology | Insect Proteins/genetics | Tsetse Flies/physiology | Insect Proteins/physiology | Sensation/genetics | Life Sciences | Tsetse Flies/microbiology | Insect Vectors/parasitology | Salivary Glands/parasitology | Wolbachia/physiology | Trypanosoma/physiology | Tsetse Flies/genetics | Reproduction/genetics | Trypanosomiasis, African/transmission | Microbiology and Parasitology | Insect Vectors/microbiology | Insect Vectors/physiology | Insect Vectors/genetics | Salivary Glands/physiology
Journal Article
Applied and Environmental Microbiology, ISSN 0099-2240, 2014, Volume 80, Issue 18, pp. 5844 - 5853
The viviparous tsetse fly utilizes proline as a hemolymph-borne energy source. In tsetse, biosynthesis of proline from alanine involves the enzyme... 
Symbiosis | Tsetse Flies - metabolism | Wigglesworthia - metabolism | Transaminases - biosynthesis | Vitamin B 6 - metabolism | Proline - metabolism | Homeostasis | Gene Expression Profiling | Wigglesworthia - physiology | Animals | Tsetse Flies - physiology | Fertility | Tsetse Flies - microbiology | Invertebrate Microbiology
Journal Article
Journal of Insect Science, ISSN 1536-2442, 11/2018, Volume 18, Issue 6
Sterile insect technique (SIT) is a promising, environmentally friendly alternative to the use of pesticides for insect pest control. However, implementing SIT... 
Mosquitoes | Control | Sterilization (Birth control) | Methods
Journal Article
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, ISSN 1935-2727, 04/2014, Volume 8, Issue 4
Regulation of tissue and development specific gene expression patterns underlies the functional specialization of organs in multi-cellular organisms. In the... 
Proteins | Animal reproduction | Insects | Cloning | Population | Gene expression | Females | Experiments | Binding sites | Milk | Abdomen
Journal Article
by Benoit, Joshua B and Adelman, Zach N and Reinhardt, Klaus and Dolan, Amanda and Poelchau, Monica and Jennings, Emily C and Szuter, Elise M and Hagan, Richard W and Gujar, Hemant and Shukla, Jayendra Nath and Zhu, Fang and Mohan, M and Nelson, David R and Rosendale, Andrew J and Derst, Christian and Resnik, Valentina and Wernig, Sebastian and Menegazzi, Pamela and Wegener, Christian and Peschel, Nicolai and Hendershot, Jacob M and Blenau, Wolfgang and Predel, Reinhard and Johnston, Paul R and Ioannidis, Panagiotis and Waterhouse, Robert M and Nauen, Ralf and Schorn, Corinna and Ott, Mark-Christoph and Maiwald, Frank and Johnston, J. Spencer and Gondhalekar, Ameya D and Scharf, Michael E and Peterson, Brittany F and Raje, Kapil R and Hottel, Benjamin A and Armisén, David and Crumière, Antonin Jean Johan and Refki, Peter Nagui and Santos, Maria Emilia and Sghaier, Essia and Viala, Sèverine and Khila, Abderrahman and Ahn, Seung-Joon and Childers, Christopher and Lee, Chien-Yueh and Lin, Han and Hughes, Daniel S. T and Duncan, Elizabeth J and Murali, Shwetha C and Qu, Jiaxin and Dugan, Shannon and Lee, Sandra L and Chao, Hsu and Dinh, Huyen and Han, Yi and Doddapaneni, Harshavardhan and Worley, Kim C and Muzny, Donna M and Wheeler, David and Panfilio, Kristen A and Vargas Jentzsch, Iris M and Vargo, Edward L and Booth, Warren and Friedrich, Markus and Weirauch, Matthew T and Anderson, Michelle A. E and Jones, Jeffery W and Mittapalli, Omprakash and Zhao, Chaoyang and Zhou, Jing-Jiang and Evans, Jay D and Attardo, Geoffrey M and Robertson, Hugh M and Zdobnov, Evgeny M and Ribeiro, Jose M. C and Gibbs, Richard A and Werren, John H and Palli, Subba R and Schal, Coby and Richards, Stephen
Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 02/2016, Volume 7, Issue 1, p. 10165
Journal Article
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, ISSN 1935-2727, 04/2014, Volume 8, Issue 4
Tsetse flies undergo drastic fluctuations in their water content throughout their adult life history due to events such as blood feeding, dehydration and... 
Pregnancy | Animal reproduction | Hydration | Genes | Aquaporins | Software | Genetic engineering | Genomes | Success | Milk
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