Efficient production of male Wolbachia-infected Aedes aegypti mosquitoes enables large-scale suppression of wild populations

Jacob E. Crawford, David W. Clarke, Victor Criswell, Mark Desnoyer, Devon Cornel, Brittany Deegan, Kyle Gong, Kaycie C. Hopkins, Paul Howell, Justin S. Hyde, Josh Livni, Charlie Behling, Renzo Benza, Willa Chen, Karen L. Dobson, Craig Eldershaw, Daniel Greeley, Yi Han, Bridgette Hughes, Evdoxia KakaniJoe Karbowski, Angus Kitchell, Erika Lee, Teresa Lin, Jianyi Liu, Martin Lozano, Warren MacDonald, James W. Mains, Matty Metlitz, Sara N. Mitchell, David Moore, Johanna R. Ohm, Kathleen Parkes, Alexandra Porshnikoff, Chris Robuck, Martin Sheridan, Robert Sobecki, Peter Smith, Jessica Stevenson, Jordan Sullivan, Brian Wasson, Allison M. Weakley, Mark Wilhelm, Joshua Won, Ari Yasunaga, William C. Chan, Jodi Holeman, Nigel Snoad, Linus Upson, Tiantian Zha, Stephen L. Dobson, F. Steven Mulligan, Peter Massaro, Bradley J. White

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