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Collaborations

The Livestock Arthropod Pest Research Unit has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

COMISION PANAMA-EEUU PARA ERRADICACION Y PREV
  • Screwworm Genetic Sexing Line Development
  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, COLLEGE STATION, TX
  • Elucidating Mechanisms of Pyrethroid Resistance in Stable Flies
  • Defining Biochemical Pathways That Regulate Mouthpart Development and Seminal Fluid Production in Stable Fly Males
  • UNIVERSIDAD DE PANAMA
  • Investigating New World Screwworm Courtship and Mate Selection
  • UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY RESEARCH FOUNDATION, T, LEXINGTON, KY
  • Developing Phylogenomic-based Diagnostic Tools for Species Identification Across Diptera
  • Functional Characterization of Sex-biased Odorant Receptors in Screwworm to Develop Sex Specific Baits
  • UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS RIO GRANDE VALLEY, EDINBURG, TX
  • Collaborative Research Involving the Use of Biohazardous Materials, Biological Toxins, Non-Exempt rDNA, and/or Synthetic Nucleic Acid Molecules