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Eric D Lovullo
Insect Behavior and Biocontrol Research
Volunteer

Phone: (352) 374-5994
Fax: (352) 374-5804

1700 SW 23RD DRIVE
GAINESVILLE , FL 32608


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Impacts of extended laboratory rearing on female fitness in Florida colonies of the parasitoid spalangia cameroni (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) with an analysis of wolbachia strains -
Machtinger, E.T., Geden, C.J., Lovullo, E.D., Shirk, P.D. 2015. Impacts of extended laboratory rearing on female fitness in Florida colonies of the parasitoid spalangia cameroni (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) with an analysis of wolbachia strains. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 109(2):176-182.
Identifying Francisella tularensis genes required for growth in host cells -
Brunton, J., Steele, S., Miller, C., Lovullo, E.D., Taft-Benz, S., Kawula, T. 2015. Identifying Francisella tularensis genes required for growth in host cells. Infection and Immunity. DOI: 10.1128/IAI.00004-15.
Unique synteny and alternate splicing of the chitin synthases in closely related heliothine moths -
Shirk, P.D., Perera, O.P., Shelby, K., Furlong, R.B., LoVullo, E.D., Popham, H.J. 2015. Unique synteny and alternate splicing of the chitin synthases in closely related heliothine moths. Gene. 574(1):121-139.
The lipid biosynthesis hole in the rickettsiales -
Revisiting the gram-negative lipoprotein paradigm -
Lovullo, E.D., Wright, L.F., Isabella, V., Huntley, J., Pavelka,Jr., M.S. 2015. Revisiting the gram-negative lipoprotein paradigm. Journal of Bacteriology. doi: 10.1128/JB.02414-14.
Extragenic suppressor mutations in RipA disrupt stability and function of LpxA -
Miller, C.N., Steele, S.P., Brunton, J.C., Jenkins, R.J., Lovullo, E.D., Taft-Benz, S.A., Romanchuk, A., Jones, C.D., Dotson, G.D., Collins, E.J., Kawula, T.H. 2014. Extragenic suppressor mutations in RipA disrupt stability and function of LpxA. BMC Microbiology. 14:336.
PanG, a new ketopantoate reductase involved in pantothenate synthesis -
Miller, C.N., Lovullo, E.D., Kijek, T.M., Fuller, J.R., Brunton, J.C., Steele, S.P., Taft-Benz, S.A., Richardson, A.R., Kawula, T.H. 2013. PanG, a new ketopantoate reductase involved in pantothenate synthesis. Journal of Bacteriology. 195(5):965-976.
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