Publications

Journal Article (Published)
Ganter, M., Goldberg, J.M., Dvorin, J.D., Paulo, J.A., King, J.G., Tripathi, A.K., Paul, A.S., Yang, J., Coppens, I., Jiang, R.H. and Elsworth, B., 2017. Plasmodium falciparum CRK4 directs continuous rounds of DNA replication during schizogony. Nature microbiology, 2,p.17017.

Journal Article (Accepted)
Pastrana-Mena, R., Mathias, D., Delves, M., King, J. G., Yee, R., Rajaram, K., Trucchi, B., Verotta, L., Dinglasan, R. (in press). A malaria transmission-blocking (+)-usnic acid derivative prevents Plasmodium zygote-to-ookinete maturation in the mosquito midgut. ACS Chemical Biology.

Journal Article (Published)
Smith, R. C., King, J. G., Tao, D., Zeleznik, O. A., Brando, C., Thallinger, G. G., Dinglasan, R. R. (2016). Molecular Profiling of Phagocytic Immune Cells in Anopheles gambiae Reveals Integral Roles for Hemocytes in Mosquito Innate Immunity. Molecular & cellular proteomics : MCP, 15(11), 3373-3387.

Journal Article (Published)
Kurz, S., King, J. G., Dinglasan, R. R., Paschinger, K., Wilson, I. B. (2015). The fucomic potential of mosquitoes: Fucosylated N-glycan epitopes and their cognate fucosyltransferases. Insect biochemistry and molecular biology, 68, 52-63.

Journal Article (Published)
Tao, D., Ubaida-Mohien, C., Mathias, D. K., King, J. G., Pastrana-Mena, R., Tripathi, A., Goldowitz, I., Graham, D. R., Moss, E., Marti, M., Dinglasan, R. R. (2014). Sex-partitioning of the Plasmodium falciparum stage V gametocyte proteome provides insight into falciparum-specific cell biology. Molecular & cellular proteomics : MCP, 13(10), 2705-24.

Journal Article (Published)
Tao, D., King, J. G., Tweedell, R. E., Jost, P. J., Boddey, J. A., Dinglasan, R. R. (2014). The acute transcriptomic and proteomic response of HC-04 hepatoma cells to hepatocyte growth factor and its implications for Plasmodium falciparum sporozoite invasion. Molecular & cellular proteomics : MCP, 13(5), 1153-64.

Journal Article (Published)
King, J. G., Hillyer, J. F. (2013). Spatial and temporal in vivo analysis of circulating and sessile immune cells in mosquitoes: hemocyte mitosis following infection. BMC biology, 11, 55.

Journal Article (Published)
Murdock, C. C., Paaijmans, K. P., Bell, A. S., King, J. G., Hillyer, J. F., Read, A. F., Thomas, M. B. (2012). Complex effects of temperature on mosquito immune function. Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society, 279(1741), 3357-66.

Journal Article (Published)
King, J. G. (2012). The variegated mud-loving beetles (Coleoptera: Heteroceridae) of Mississippi and Alabama, with discussion and keys to the species occurring in the southeastern United States. Insecta Mundi, 0275(0275), 1-56. journals.fcla.edu/mundi/article/view/81566

Journal Article (Published)
Gibbons, J. G., Salichos, L., Slot, J. C., Rinker, D. C., McGary, K. L., King, J. G., Klich, M. A., Tabb, D. L., McDonald, W. H., Rokas, A. (2012). The evolutionary imprint of domestication on genome variation and function of the filamentous fungus Aspergillus oryzae. Current biology : CB, 22(15), 1403-9.

Journal Article (Published)
King, J. G., Hillyer, J. F. (2012). Infection-induced interaction between the mosquito circulatory and immune systems. PLoS pathogens, 8(11), e1003058.

Journal Article (Published)
King, J. G., STARR, J. R., LAGO, P. K. (2011). Molecular data resolves relationships within Heteroceridae (Coleoptera: Dryopoidea). Systematic Entomology, 36(3), 435–445. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-3113.2011.00571.x

Journal Article (Published)
King, J. G., Vernick, K. D., Hillyer, J. F. (2011). Members of the salivary gland surface protein (SGS) family are major immunogenic components of mosquito saliva. The Journal of biological chemistry, 286(47), 40824-34.

Journal Article (Published)
Andereck, J. W., King, J. G., Hillyer, J. F. (2010). Contraction of the ventral abdomen potentiates extracardiac retrograde hemolymph propulsion in the mosquito hemocoel. PloS one, 5(9), e12943.

Journal Article (Published)
Glenn, J. D., King, J. G., Hillyer, J. F. (2010). Structural mechanics of the mosquito heart and its function in bidirectional hemolymph transport. The Journal of experimental biology, 213(4), 541-50.