PUBLICATIONS

Primary publications

  1. Raymann, K., Coon, K. L., Shaffer, Z., Salisbury, S., Moran, N. A. (2018) Pathogenicity of Serratia marcescens strains in honey bees. mBio 9(5):e01649-18.
  2. Valzania, L., Martinson, V. E., Harrison, R., Boyd, B., Coon, K. L., Brown, M. R., Strand, M. R. (2018) Both living bacteria and eukaryotes in the mosquito gut promote growth of larvae. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 12(7):e0006638.
  3. Valzania, L., Coon, K. L., Vogel, K. J., Brown, M. R., Strand, M. R. (2018) Hypoxia-induced transcription factor signaling is essential for larval growth of the mosquito Aedes aegyptiProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 115(3):457-65.
  4. Coon, K. L., Valzania, L., McKinney, D. A., Vogel, K. J., Brown, M. R., Strand, M. R. (2017) Bacteria-mediated hypoxia functions as a signal for mosquito development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 114(27):E5362-9.
  5. Vogel, K. J., Valzania, L., Coon, K. L., Brown, M. R., Strand, M. R. (2017) Transcriptome sequencing reveals large-scale changes in axenic Aedes aegypti larvae. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 11(1):e0005273.
  6. Coon, K. L., Brown, M. R., Strand, M. R. (2016) Mosquitoes host communities of bacteria that are essential for development but vary greatly between local habitats. Molecular Ecology 25(22):5806-26.
  7. Coon, K. L., Brown, M. R., Strand, M. R. (2016) Gut bacteria differentially affect egg production in the anautogenous mosquito Aedes aegypti and facultatively autogenous mosquito Aedes atropalpus (Diptera: Culicidae). Parasites & Vectors 9(1):375.
  8. Coon, K. L., Vogel, K. J., Brown, M. R., Strand, M. R. (2014) Mosquitoes rely on their gut microbiota for development. Molecular Ecology 23(11):2727-39.

*Lab members are in bold