Female-Specific Flightless (fsRIDL) Phenotype for Control of Aedes albopictus Full Text
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 07/11/2012
Labbe GMC et al. – With the disease–transmitting females incapacitated, the female flightless phenotype encompasses a genetic sexing mechanism and would be suitable for controlling Ae. albopictus using a male–only release approach as part of an integrated pest management strategy.