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  1. M. E. Meuti and S. M. Short. 2019 Physiological and Environmental factors affecting the composition of the ejaculate in mosquitoes and other insects. Insects 10:74.

  2. S. M. Short, S. van Tol, H.J. MacLeod, G. Dimopoulos. 2018 Hydrogen cyanide produced by the soil bacterium Chromobacterium sp. Panama contributes to mortality in Anopheles gambiae mosquito larvae. Scientific Reports 8:8358.

  3. S. M. Short, S. van Tol, B. Smith, Y. Dong, G. Dimopoulos. 2018. The mosquito adulticidal Chromobacterium sp. Panama causes transgenerational impacts on fitness parameters and elicits xenobiotic gene responses. Parasites and Vectors 11:229.

  4. S.M. Short, E.F. Mongodin, H.J. MacLeod, O.A.C. Talyuli, G. Dimopoulos. 2017. Amino acid metabolic signaling influences Aedes aegypti midgut microbiome variability. PLoS Negl Trop Dis 11(7): e0005677.

  5. J. L. Ramirez*, S. M. Short*, A. Bahia, R. Saraiva, Y. Dong, S. Kang, A Tripathi, G. Mlambo and G. Dimopoulos. 2014. Chromobacterium Csp_P reduces malaria and dengue infection in vector mosquitoes and has entomopathogenic and in vitro anti-pathogen activities. PLoS Pathogens 10(10): e1004398. *Co-first author

  6. S.M. Short and B.P. Lazzaro. 2013. Reproductive status alters transcriptomic response to infection in female Drosophila melanogaster. Genes|Genomes|Genetics 3:827-840.

  7. M. L. del Campo, R. Halitschke, S.M. Short, B.P. Lazzaro and A. Kessler. 2013. Dietary plant phenolic mediates tolerance to bacterial infection in Manduca sexta caterpillars. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 146:321-331.

  8. S.M. Short, M.F. Wolfner and B.P. Lazzaro. 2012. Female Drosophila melanogaster suffer reduced defense against infection due to seminal fluid components. J. Insect Physiol., 58:1192-1201.

  9. S.M. Short and B.P. Lazzaro. 2010. Female and male genetic contributions to post-mating immune defence in female Drosophila melanogaster. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 277:3649-3657.