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Dr Zhijian Tu

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    1. Adelman ZN, Tu Z. Control of Mosquito-Borne Infectious Diseases: Sex and Gene Drive. Trends Parasitol. 2016 Mar; 32(3):219-29. PMID: 26897660; PMCID: PMC4767671 [Available on 03/01/17].
    2. Jiang X, Biedler JK, Qi Y, Hall AB, Tu Z. Complete Dosage Compensation in Anopheles stephensi and the Evolution of Sex-Biased Genes in Mosquitoes. Genome Biol Evol. 2015 Jun 15; 7(7):1914-24. PMID: 26078263; PMCID: PMC4524482.
    3. Hall AB, Basu S, Jiang X, Qi Y, Timoshevskiy VA, Biedler JK, Sharakhova MV, Elahi R, Anderson MA, Chen XG, Sharakhov IV, Adelman ZN, Tu Z. SEX DETERMINATION. A male-determining factor in the mosquito Aedes aegypti. Science. 2015 Jun 12; 348(6240):1268-70. PMID: 25999371; PMCID: PMC5026532.
    4. Xu Y, Jiang N, Zou Z, Tu Z, Chen A, Zhao Q, Xiang Z, He N. Retrotransposon "Qian" mediated segmental duplication in silkworm, Bombyx mori. Insect Biochem Mol Biol. 2014 Mar; 46:9-16. PMID: 24462715.
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    5. Tu Z, Li S, Mao C. The changing tails of a novel short interspersed element in Aedes aegypti: genomic evidence for slippage retrotransposition and the relationship between 3' tandem repeats and the poly(dA) tail. Genetics. 2004 Dec; 168(4):2037-47. PMID: 15611173; PMCID: PMC1448713.
    6. Tu Z, Coates C. Mosquito transposable elements. Insect Biochem Mol Biol. 2004 Jul; 34(7):631-44. PMID: 15242704.
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    7. Tu Z, Shao H. Intra- and inter-specific diversity of Tc3-like transposons in nematodes and insects and implications for their evolution and transposition. Gene. 2002 Jan 09; 282(1-2):133-42. PMID: 11814685.
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    8. Tu Z. Eight novel families of miniature inverted repeat transposable elements in the African malaria mosquito, Anopheles gambiae. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2001 Feb 13; 98(4):1699-704. PMID: 11172014; PMCID: PMC29320.
    9. Tu Z. Maque, a family of extremely short interspersed repetitive elements: characterization, possible mechanism of transposition, and evolutionary implications. Gene. 2001 Jan 24; 263(1-2):247-53. PMID: 11223264.
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    10. Tu Z. Molecular and evolutionary analysis of two divergent subfamilies of a novel miniature inverted repeat transposable element in the yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti. Mol Biol Evol. 2000 Sep; 17(9):1313-25. PMID: 10958848.
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