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Andrea Crisanti explains: “The most important and surprising thing is that doublesex can not be changed without altering its function. A lot of mutations were generated, but none were functional,” “Now we’re trying to understand if this region is really ‘resistance-proof’ and if it is, we really have a tool that has the potential to be used in the field — and solve the problem of malaria” External link

impactlab Friday, February 15, 2019 9:00:00 PM CET

Omar Akbari said: “CRISPR technology has empowered our team to innovate a new, effective, species -specific, self-limiting, safe and scalable genetic population control technology with remarkable potential to be developed and utilized in a plethora of insect pests and disease vectors,” External link

iapps2010 Tuesday, January 29, 2019 5:20:00 AM CET

Omar Akbari said: “CRISPR technology has empowered our team to innovate a new, effective, species -specific, self-limiting, safe and scalable genetic population control technology with remarkable potential to be developed and utilized in a plethora of insect pests and disease vectors,” External link

iapps2010 Thursday, January 17, 2019 5:44:00 AM CET

Omar Akbari said: "CRISPR technology has empowered our team to innovate a new, effective, species-specific, self-limiting, safe and scalable genetic population control technology with remarkable potential to be developed and utilized in a plethora of insect pests and disease vectors," External link

eurekalert Tuesday, January 8, 2019 11:31:00 AM CET

Immo Hansen told: “Male mosquitoes are really lazy. They don’t like to fly much,” External link

gizmodo Wednesday, November 7, 2018 7:45:00 PM CET

Immo Hansen said: “It turns out that the highly compacted mosquitoes survived the trip better than the loosely packed ones did,” “We think this is because the vibrations of the plane damaged the loosely packed mosquitoes” External link

gizmodo Wednesday, November 7, 2018 7:45:00 PM CET

Immo Hansen says: "We started our experiments in 50 milliliter tubes and quickly learned that you have to raise a lot of mosquitoes to fill such a tube--10,000 males fit in one. We then switched to 10 milliliter syringes and were astonished how many mosquitoes you can fit into one, up to 2,500," External link

eurekalert Wednesday, November 7, 2018 5:02:00 PM CET

Immo Hansen says: "The high mortality of the not-so-densely packed mosquitoes in our real-world shipping assay was unexpected," "We hypothesize that the vibrations during transport, especially during the flight, affected the loosely packed mosquitoes more than the densely packed ones" External link

eurekalert Wednesday, November 7, 2018 5:02:00 PM CET

Immo Hansen says: "the big question that remains after this study is how fit male mosquitoes are after shipping. We will address this problem with semi-field experiments next year," External link

eurekalert Wednesday, November 7, 2018 5:02:00 PM CET

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