Lee X., Maxson G., and Paskewitz A. Mowing does not reduce abundance of Ixodes scapularis and Dermacentor variabilis on recreational trails. J. Med. Ent. In preparation..

Mandli J., Lee X., and Paskewitz S.M. Integrated Tick Management in the Upper Midwest: Impact of Invasive Vegetation Removal and Host-targeted Acaricides on Ixodes scapularis Infestation and Borrelia burgdorferi Prevalence of Small Mammals. In prep. DOI: 1101/2022.01.07.475376

Mandli J., Ring S., and Paskewitz S.M. Influence of Nesting Material Composition on Tick Tube Use by Peromyscus leucopus. In prep

Mandli, J., Paskewitz S.M. Osorio J. Safety and immunogenicity of orally administered poxvirus vectored constructs in the white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus). Vaccines: X. Submitted.

Lee X., Wong C., Coats J., and Paskewitz S.M. Semi-field evaluations of three botanically derived repellents against the blacklegged tick, Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae). Journal of Medical Entomology. Accepted for publication.

Ventura, M., Stull V., and Paskewitz S.M. Maintaining laboratory populations of Gryllus bimaculatus, a versatile orthopteran model of insect agriculture and invertebrate physiology”. Journal of Visualized Experiments. (184), e63277, doi:10.3791/63277 (2022).

Beck A., Bjork J., Biggerstaff B., Eisen L., Eisen R., Foster E., Signs K., Tsao J., Kough E., Peterson M., Schiffman E., Muganda C., Osborn R., Wozniak R., Bron G., Phaneuf D., Smith D., Bartholomay L., Paskewitz S., Hinckley A., Knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors regarding tick-borne disease prevention in Lyme disease-endemic areas of the Upper Midwest, United States.  Ticks and Tickborne Disease. 13:101925. 2022.

Susong K.M., Tucker B.J., Bron G.M., Irwin P., Kirsch J.M., Vimont D., Stone C., Paskewitz S.M., Bartholomay L.C. Snow-covered tires generate microhabitats that enhance overwintering survival of Aedes albopictus in the Midwest, USA. Environmental Entomology. 2022.

Larson S.R., Kruger E., Sabo AE., Jones P. and Paskewitz S.M. Meso- and micro-geographic factors shaping variation in Ixodes scapularis abundance in northern temperate forests.  Ecosphere 13: e3932. 2022.

Foster E., Burtis J., Tsao J., Bjork J, Liu G., Nietzel D.F., Schiffman E., Lee X., Paskewitz S., Caporale D., Eisen R.J. Inter-annual variation in prevalence of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu stricto and Anaplasma phagocytophilum in host-seeking Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) at long-term surveillance sites in the upper midwestern United States: Implications for public health practice. Ticks and Tick-borne Disease. 13: 101886. 2022.

Lennart Justen, Gebbiena M. Bron, Duncan Carlsmith, Susan M. Paskewitz, and Lyric C. Bartholomay. Identification of public submitted tick images: a neural network approach.  PLoS One.  2021

Larson R.T., Bron G., Lee X., Siy P., and Paskewitz S.M. Peromyscus maniculatus: an overlooked reservoir of tickborne disease in the Midwest (U.S.A.)?  12 (11): e03831.10.1002.  2021.

Mandli J., Lee X, Bron G. and Paskewitz S.M. Integrated tick management in South Central Wisconsin: Impact of invasive vegetation removal and host-targeted acaricides on the density of questing Ixodes scapularis  Journal of Medical Entomology. 58: 2358-2367. 2021.

Siy P. N., Larson R.T., Zembsch T., Lee X., and Paskewitz S.M. High prevalence of Borrelia mayonii (Spirochaetales: Spirochaetaceae) in field-caught Tamias striatus (Rodentia: Sciuridae) from Northern Wisconsin.  Journal of Medical Entomology. 58: 2504-2507. 2021.

Zembsch T., Bron G., and Paskewitz S.M. Evidence for vertical transmission of Babesia odocoilei (Piroplasmida: Babesiidae) in Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae). Journal of Medical Entomology. 58: 2484-2487.

Zembsch T., Lee X., Bron G., Bartholomay L., and Paskewitz S.M. Co-infection of Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) nymphs with Babesia (Piroplasmida: Babesiidae) and Borrelia burgdorferi (Spirochaetales: Spirochaetaceae) in Wisconsin. Journal of Medical Entomology. 58:1891-1899. 2021.

Larson R., Bron G., Lee X. and Paskewitz S.M. High proportion of unfed larval blacklegged ticks, Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) collected from modified nest boxes for mice. Journal of Medical Entomology. 58: 1448-1453.

Bron G., Fenelon H., and Paskewitz S.M. Assessing recognition of the vector of Lyme disease using resin-embedded specimens in a Lyme endemic area. Journal of Medical Entomology. 58:866-872. 2021.

Bron G., Lee X. and Paskewitz S.M. Do-it-yourself tick control: granular gamma-cyhalothrin reduces Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) nymphs in residential backyards. Journal of Medical Entomology. 58:749-755.

Bron Gebbiena M., Fernandez Maria del P., Larson Scott R., Maus Adam, Gustafson Dave, Tsao Jean I., Diuk-Wasser Maria A., Bartholomay Lyric C., Paskewitz Susan, M.  Context matters: contrasting behavioral and residential risk factors for Lyme disease between two high-incidence regions in the Northeastern and Midwestern U.S.  Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases. 11: 101515-101522.

Stauffer M.T., Mandli J., Pritt B.S., Stauffer W., Sloan L.M., Zembsch T., Lee X. and Paskewitz S.M. Detection of zoonotic human pathogens in Wisconsin-2017. Journal of Vector Ecology. 45: 147-149. 2020.

Wang Y., Yang F., Cao X., Huang R., Paskewitz S., Hartson SD, Kanost MR, and H. Jiang.  Inhibition of immune pathway-initiating hemolymph protease-14 by Manduca sexta serpin-12, a conserved mechanism for the regulation of melanization and Toll activation in insects.  Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.  116: 103261.  2020.

Larson R.T., Lee X., Zembsch T., Bron G.M., and Paskewitz S.M.  Immature Ixodes scapularis (Acari:Ixodidae) collected from Peromyscus leucopus and Peromyscus maniculatus nests in Northern Wisconsin (U.S.A.). Journal of Medical Entomology.  57:304-307. 2020.

Lee, X., Murphy D., Hoang Johnson D., and Paskewitz S.M. Passive animal surveillance to identify ticks found in Wisconsin, 2011-2017.  10:289.  2019.

Fernandez M.P., Bron G.M., Larson S., Kache P.A., Maus A., Gustafson D., Tsao J.I., Bartholomay L.C., Paskewitz S.M., and Diuk-Wasser M.A. The effects of human behavior on tick exposure and the risk of Lyme disease: evaluation of the use and user demographic of The Tick App.  JMIR mHealth and uHealth.  DOI: 10.2196/14769

Stull V.J., Kersten M., Bergmans R.S., Patz J.A. and Paskewitz S.  Crude protein, amino acid, and iron content of Tenebrio molitor reared on an agricultural byproduct from maize production: an exploratory study. Annals of the Entomological Society of America.  2019.

Kajla M., Garrett-Wilt, G. and Paskewitz S.M. Bacteria: A novel source for potent mosquito feeding deterrents.  Science Advances. 5:eaau6141. 2019.

Paskewitz S., Irwin P., Konwinski N., and Larson S. Impact of consumption of bananas on attraction of Anopheles stephensi to humans.  Insects.  9:129-138. 2018.

Richards T., Tucker B., Hassan H., Bron G., Bartholomay L., and Paskewitz S.   First detection of Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in the state of Wisconsin, U.S.A.  J. Med. Entomol. 1-6. 2018

Ross B, Chou S., Hayes B., Lee X., Paskewitz S., Josek T., Neitzel D., Bjork J., Mougous J. Ixodes scapularis does not harbor a stable midgut microbiome.  ISME Journal.  2018.

Larson S., Lee X., and Paskewitz S.  Prevalence of tick-borne pathogens in two species of Peromyscus mice common in northern Wisconsin.  Journal of Medical Entomology. 2018.

Pritt B., Allerdice M., Sloan L., Paddock C., Munderloh U., Rikihisa Y., Tajima T., Paskewitz S., Neitzel D., Johnson D., Schiffman E., Davis J., Goldsmith C., Nelson C., Karpathy S.   Proposal to reclassify Ehrlichia muris subsp muris subsp nov. and description of Ehrlichia muris subsp. eauclairensis subsp. nov., a newly recognized tick-borne pathogen of humans.  International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology.  67: 2121-2126. 2017. DOI 10.1099/ijsem.0.001896.

Murphy, D., Lee X., Larson S., Hoang-Johnson D., Loo T. and Paskewitz S.  Prevalence and distribution of human and tick infection with Ehrlichia muris-like agent (EMLA) and Anaplasma phagocytophilum in Wisconsin, 2009-2015. Vector-borne and Zoonotic diseases.  17:229-236. 2017. doi:10.1089/vbz.2016.2055.

Christenson M., Lee X., Larson S., Hoang Johnson D., Jensen J., Meller M. and Paskewitz S.  Amblyomma americanum (Acari: Ixodidae) and Ehrlichia chaffeensis infections in Wisconsin.  Journal of Medical Entomology. 54:752-756. 2017.  doi: 10.1093/jme/tjw218

Pritt B., Respicio Kingry L., Sloan L., Schriefer M., Replogle A., Bjork J., Kingry L., Neitzel D., Schiffman E., Johnson D., Davis J., Paskewitz S., Boxrud D., Deedon A., Lee X., Miller T., Feist M., Steward C. Theel E., Patel R., Irish C., Petersen J. Borrelia mayonii sp. nov., a member of the Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato (Bbsl) complex, detected in patients and ticks in the upper midwestern United States.  International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 66: 4878-4880.  2016. doi: 10.1099/ijsem.0.001445

Pritt Bobbi, Hoang Johnson, DK, Neitzel, DF, Mead, PS, Davis, JP, Schiffman E., Sloan LM. Schriefer, ME, Paskewitz SM, Ray J., Bjork J., Steward CR., Deedon A., Lee X., Miller TK, Feist MA, Respicio-Kingry LB., Replogle AB., Theel EW., Patel R., Petersen JM.   Identification of a Novel Borrelia species as a Cause of Lyme Disease in the Upper Midwestern United States.  Lancet Infectious Disease. 16:556-564. 2016. PMID: 26856777

Larson, S and Paskewitz S.M.  Teratological Nymphal Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) from Wisconsin.  Journal of Medical Entomology. 53:477-479. 2016. PMID: 26681790

Hutcheson H. J., Mertins J.W., Larson S.R. and Paskewitz S.M.  Acarine hypopi (Sarcoptiformes: Acaridae) on Ixodes scapularis (Ixodida: Ixodidae) in Central North America.  Journal of Medical Entomology.  52:1-5. 2015. PMID: 26336225

Castillo C.G., Eremeeva M., Paskewitz S.M., Sloan L. Lee X., Irwin W., Tonsberg S., and Pritt B.  Detection of human pathogenic Ehrlichia species Wisconsin in Peromycus leucopus: implication of a potential natural reservoir.  Ticks and tick-borne disease. 6(2):155-7. 2015. PMID:25481346

 Lee X., Coyle D.R., Hoang Johnson D., Murphy M.W., McGeehin M.A.,  Murphy R.J., Raffa K., and Paskewitz S.M.  Prevalence of Borrelia burgdorferi and Anaplasma phagocytophilum in Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) nymphs collected in managed red pine forests in Wisconsin. Journal of Medical Entomology.  51:694-701. 2014. PMID: 24897864

Coyle D.R, Murphy M.W., Lee X., McGeehin M.A., Murphy R.J., Paskewitz S.M., and Raffa K.F.  Belowground herbivory initiates a trophic cascade that increases abundance of Lyme disease vectors.  Forest Ecology and Management. 302: 354-362.  2013.

Lee X, Hardy Kristin, Hoang Johnson Diep, and Susan M. Paskewitz. Hunter-Killed Deer Surveillance to Assess Changes in the Prevalence and Distribution of Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) in Wisconsin.  Journal of Medical Entomology, 50(3):632-639. 2013. PMID


Dickinson K. and Paskewitz S.M. Willingness to pay for mosquito avoidance in Madison Wisconsin.  Vector Borne and Zoonotic Diseases.  12(10):886-892.    PMCID 22651384.

Patchara Sriwichai, Yupha  Rongsriyam, Narissara  Jariyapan, Jetsumon  Sattabongkot, Chamnarn Apiwathnasorn, Duangporn Nacapunchai, Susan    Cloning of a trypsin-like serine protease and expression patterns during Plasmodium falciparum invasion in the mosquito, Anopheles dirus (Peyton and Harrison).  Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology.  80:151-155. 2012.  PMCID 22627911

Lapcharoen P., Komalamisra N., Rongsriyam Y., Wangsuphachart V., Dekumyoy P., Prachumsri J., Kajla M., and Paskewitz S.  Characterization and analysis of functional roles for a lysozyme from the malaria vector Anopheles dirus.  Developmental and Comparative Immunology. 36:104-111. 2012.  PMCID 21741400.

Pritt B.S., Sloan L.M., Hoang Johnson D.K., Munderloh U.G., Paskewitz S.M., McElroy K., McFadden J., Binnicker M.,  Neitzel D., Liu G., Nicholson W., Nelson C.,  Franson J., Martin S.,  Cunningham S., Steward C.,  Bogumill K., Bjorgaard M., Davis J., McQuiston J.,  Warshauer D.,  Wilhelm M., Patel R., Trivedi V., and Eremeeva M..   Emergence of a new pathogenic Ehrlichia species, Wisconsin and Minnesota.  New England Journal of Medicine.  365:422-429. 2011.  PMCID 21812671

Kajla, M.K., Shi L., Li B., Luckhart S., Li J., Paskewitz S.M. A new role for an old antimicrobial: Lysozyme c-1 can function to protect malaria parasites in Anopheles mosquitoes.  PloS One.  5(5). 2011. PMCID 21573077.

Kajla M.K., Andreeva O., Gilbreath T.M. and Paskewitz S.M. Characterization of expression, activity and role in antibacterial immunity of Anopheles gambiae lysozyme c-1.  Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part B.  155:201-209. 2010.  PMCID 19932188

Hughes T., Irwin P., Hofmeister E., and Paskewitz S.M. Occurrence of avian Plasmodium and West Nile virus in Culex in Wisconsin.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association. 26:24-31. 2010.  PMCID 20402347

Irwin P. and Paskewitz S.M. Investigation of fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas) as a biological control agent of Culex mosquitoes under laboratory and field conditions.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association. 25:301-309. 2009. PMID: 19852220

Hughes T.H., Irwin P.M., Kaufman A., Sage H., Pagac B. and Paskewitz S.M. First records of Aedes japonicus japonicus in Wisconsin.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association.  24:583-584. 2008. PMID:  19181068

Irwin P., Arcari C., Hausbeck J., and Paskewitz S.M. The urban wet landscape as mosquito habitat in the upper Midwest.   5:49-57. 2008.

Paskewitz S.M., and Andreev O. Silencing the genes for dopa decarboxylase or dopachrome conversion enzyme reduces melanization of foreign targets in Anopheles gambiae.  Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.  150:403-408. 2008. PMCID 18534885

Paskewitz S.M., Li B., and Kajla M. Cloning and molecular characterization of two invertebrate type lysozymes from Anopheles gambiae. Insect Molecular Biology.  17:217-225.    PMCID 18397277Sriwichai P., Rongsriyam Y., Jariyapan N., Apiwathnasorn C., Sattabongkot J., and Paskewitz S. Cloning of three serine protease genes from the South East Asian malaria vector, Anopheles dirus, and their expression in relation to blood feeding and parasite infection. Developmental and Comparative Immunology.  32:1011-1014. 2008.  PMCID 18395797

Waterhouse R.M., Xi Z., Kriventseva E., Meister S., Alvarez K.S., Bartholomay L.C., Barillas-Mury C., Bian G., Blandin S., Christensen B.M., Dong Y., Jiang H., Kanost M., Koutsos A.C., Levashina E.A., Li J., Ligoxygakis P., MacCallum R., Mayhew G.F., Mendes A., Michel K., Osta M., Paskewitz S., Shin S.W., Vlachou D., Wang L., Wei W., Zheng L., Zou Z., Severson D.W., Raikhel A.S., Kafatos F.C., Dimopoulos G., Zdobnov E., and Christophides G.K. Evolutionary dynamics of immune-related genes and pathways in disease vector mosquitoes.   Science 316: 1738-1743. 2007.  PMCID 17588928

Dasgupta R., Zietlow S., Paskewitz S.M., Aksoy S., Shi L., and Christensen, B.M. Multiplication of Flock House virus in a wide range of medically important insects. Journal of Medical Entomology.  44:102-120. 2007. PMCID 17294927

Li B. and Paskewitz S.M. A role for lysozyme in melanization of Sephadex beads in Anopheles gambiae. Journal of Insect Physiology.  52: 936-942. 2006.  PMCID 16876189

Paskewitz S., Andreev O. and Shi L. Gene silencing of serine proteases affects melanization of Sephadex beads in Anopheles gambiae.  Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.  36: 701-711. 2006. PMCID 16935219

Shi L., Li B., and Paskewitz S.M. Cloning and characterization of a putative phenoloxidase inhibitor (POI) from Anopheles gambiae. Insect Molecular Biology. 15:313-320.   PMCID 16756550

Li B., Huang Y., and Paskewitz S.M. Hen egg white lysozyme as an inhibitor of mushroom tyrosinase.  FEBS Letters 250:1877-1882. 2006. PMCID 16516893

Cardoz, Yasmin, Paskewitz, Susan and Raffa, Ken.  Travelling through time and space on wings of beetles: a tripartite insect-fungi-nematode association.  Symbiosis. 41: 71-80.  2006.

Shi L. and Paskewitz S.M.  Proteomics and insect immunity.  Invertebrate Survival Journal 3:4-17. 2006.

Li Bin, Calvo, E., Marinotti O., James A.A. and Paskewitz S.M.  Characterization of the c-type lysozyme gene family in Anopheles gambiae. Gene. 360:131-139. 2005.

Ives, A. R. and Paskewitz S.M.  Testing “Vitamin B” as a Home Remedy against Mosquitoes.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 21:213-217. 2005.

Paskewitz S.M. and Shi L.  Bypassing the midgut results in development of Plasmodium berghei oocysts in a refractory strain of Anopheles gambiae Giles (Diptera: Culicidae).  J. Medical Entomology. 42:712-715. 2005.

Paskewitz S.M. and Shi L.  The hemolymph proteome of Anopheles gambiae.  Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 35:815-824. 2005.

Shi, L. and Paskewitz S.M. Identification and molecular characterization of two immune-responsive chitinase-like proteins from Anopheles gambiae.  Insect Molecular Biology 13:387-398. 2004.

Christophides, G.K., Zdobnov E., Barillas C., Blandin S., Blass C., Brey P.T., Collins F.H., Danielli A., Dimopoulos G., Hetru C., Hoa N.T., Hoffmann J.A., Kanzok S.M., Letunic I., Levashina E., Loukeris T.G., Luna C., Lycett G., Meister S., Michel K., Moita L.F., Mueller H., Osta M., Paskewitz S.M., Reichhart J., Rzhetsky A., Troxler L., Vernick K.D., Vlachou D., Volz J., Mering C., Xu J., Zheng L., Bork P., Kafatos F.C.  Immunity related genes and gene families in Anopheles gambiae: A comparative genomic analysis. Science 298: 159-165.  2002.

Guerra M.A., Stancil A., Walker, E.D., Jones C.J., Paskewitz S., Beck L., Bobo M. and Kitron U.  Habitat suitability for Ixodes scapularis ticks in the north-central U.S.: role of geology, vegetation and climate. Emerging Infectious Diseases 8:289-297. 2002.

Gorman M.J. and Paskewitz S.M.  Serine proteases as mediators of mosquito immune responses.  Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 31:257-262.  2001.

Paskewitz, S.M., Vandermause M., Belongia E. A. and Kazmierczak J.J.  Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae): abundance and rate of infection with Borrelia burgdorferi in four state parks in Wisconsin.  Journal of Medical Entomology 38:33-38.  2001.

Gorman M.J., Andreeva O.V. and Paskewitz S.M.  Sp22D: a multidomain serine protease with a putative role in insect immunity.  Gene 251:9-17.  2000.

Gorman M.J. and Paskewitz S. M. Persistence of infection in mosquitoes injected with bacteria.  Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 75:296-297. 2000.

CHUN J., MCMASTER, J., HAN Y.S., SCHWARTZ A. AND PASKEWITZ S.M. Two-dimensional gel analysis of hemolymph proteins from Plasmodium-melanizing and nonmelanizing strains of Anopheles gambiae.  Insect Molecular Biology 9:39-45.  2000.

GORMAN M.J., ANDREEVA O. and PASKEWITZ S.M. Molecular characterization of five serine protease genes cloned from Anopheles gambiae hemolymph. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 30:35-46. 2000.

HAN Y.S. CHUN J., SCHWARTZ A., NELSON S., AND PASKEWITZ S.M. Induction of mosquito hemolymph proteins in response to immune challenge and wounding.  Developmental and Comparative Immunology.  23: 553-562.  1999.

PASKEWITZ S.M., REESE-STARDY S., AND GORMAN M.J. An easter-like serine protease from Anopheles gambiae exhibits changes in transcript levels following immune challenge.  Insect Molecular Biology. 8:329-338. 1999.

PASKEWITZ S.M. AND GORMAN M.J. Mosquito immunity and malaria parasites.  American Entomologist. 45:80-94. 1999.

LOWENBERGER C.A., KAMAL S., CHILES J., PASKEWITZ S., BULET P., HOFFMANN J.A., AND CHRISTENSEN B.M.  Mosquito-Plasmodium interactions in response to immune activation of the vector. Experimental Parasitology 91:59-69.  1999.

ZHENG L., BENEDICT M.Q., ROMANS P., PASKEWITZ S.M., COLLINS F.H. AND KAFATOS F.C.  Genetics of encapsulation response of Anopheles gambiae against Plasmodium parasites.  IX International Congress of Parasitology. (Ed. I. Tada, S. Kojima and M. Tsuji.) pp 103-109. 1998.

PASKEWITZ S.M. and RIEHLE M. A factor preventing melanization of CM-Sephadex beads in Plasmodium-refractory and susceptible Anopheles gambiae. Experimental Parasitology. 90:34-41. 1998.

GORMAN M.J., SCHWARTZ A.M. AND PASKEWITZ S.M.  The role of surface characteristics in eliciting humoral encapsulation of foreign bodies in Plasmodium-refractory and susceptible strains of Anopheles gambiae. Journal of Insect Physiology.  44:947-954. 1998.

SCHWARTZ A.M., PASKEWITZ S.M., ORTH A.P., TESCH M.J., TOONG Y.C., AND GOODMAN W.G.  The lethal effects of Cyperus iria on Aedes aegypti.  Journal of the AmericanMosquito Control Association. 14:78-82. 1998.

SUWANCHAICHINDA C. AND PASKEWITZ S.M. Effects of larval nutrition, adult body size, and adult temperature on the ability of Anopheles gambiae (Diptera: Culicidae) to melanize Sephadex beads.  Journal of Medical Entomology. 35:157-161. 1998.

HAN, Y.S., SALAZAR C.E., REESE-STARDY S.R., CORNEL A., GORMAN M.J., COLLINS F.H.AND PASKEWITZ S.M. Cloning and characterization of a serine protease from the human malaria vector, Anopheles gambiae.  Insect Molecular Biology. 6:385-395. 1997.

COLLINS F.H., ZHENG L., PASKEWITZ S.M. AND KAFATOS F.C.  Progress in the map-based cloning of the Anopheles gambiae genes responsible for the encapsulation of malarial parasites. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.  91:517-521. 1997.

GORMAN M.J., SEVERSON D.W., CORNEL A.J., COLLINS F.H. AND PASKEWITZ S.M.   Mapping a quantitative trait locus involved in melanotic encapsulation of foreign bodies in the malaria vector, Anopheles gambiae.  Genetics. 146:965-971. 1997.

PASKEWITZ S.M.  Transmission factors for insect-vectored microorganisms.  Trends in Microbiology. 5:171-173. 1997.

GORMAN M.J. AND PASKEWITZ S.M. A genetic study of a Sephadex bead melanization response in Plasmodium refractory and susceptible strains of Anopheles gambiae.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 56:446-451. 1997.

GORMAN M.J., CORNEL, A.J., COLLINS F.H., AND PASKEWITZ S.M.  Plasmodium cynomolgi B: a shared genetic mechanism for melanotic encapsulation of CM-Sephadex beads and a malaria parasite in the mosquito, Anopheles gambiae.  Experimental Parasitology.  84:380-386. 1996.

RIEHLE M. AND PASKEWITZ S.M.  Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae): status and changes in prevalence and distribution in Wisconsin between 1981 and 1994 measured by deer surveillance.  Journal of Medical Entomology. 33:933-938. 1996.

COLLINS F.H. AND PASKEWITZ S.M.  A review of the use of ribosomal DNA (rDNA) to differentiate among cryptic Anopheles species.  Insect Molecular Biology. 5:1-9. 1996.

WALKER E.D., MCLEAN R.G., SMITH T.W. AND PASKEWITZ S.M. Borrelia burgdorf infected Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) and Peromyscus leucopus (Rodentia: Cricetidae) in northeast Wisconsin. J. Med. Entomology. 33:165-168. 1996.

CHUN J., RIEHLE M., and PASKEWITZ S.M.  Effect of mosquito age and reproductive status o melanization of Sephadex beads in Plasmodium-refractory and susceptible strains of Anopheles gambiae.  Journal of Invertebrate Pathology. 66:11-17. 1995.

COLLINS F.H. and PASKEWITZ S.M.  Malaria: Current and future prospects for control.  Annual Review of Entomology. 40:195-219. 1995.

COLLINS F.H., BESANSKY N.J. AND PASKEWITZ S.M.  Peut-on esperer interrompre la transmission du paludisme par des vecteurs genetiquement modifies?  Annales de L’ Institut Pasteur. 5:324-329. 1994.

PASKEWITZ S.M. and RIEHLE M.A.  Response of Plasmodium-refractory and susceptible strains of Anopheles gambiae to inoculated Sephadex beads.  Developmental and Comparative Immunology. 18:369-375. 1994.

PASKEWITZ S.M., WESSON D. AND COLLINS F.H.  The internal transcribed spacers of ribosoma DNA in 5 members of the Anopheles gambiae species complex.  Insect Molecular Biology 2:247-257.1993.

PASKEWITZ S.M., NG KAKIN, AND COETZEE M.  Comparison of polymerase chain reaction and isozyme analysis for identification of members of the Anopheles gambiae complex from southern Africa.  Journal of Medical Entomology 30:953-957.  1993.

TAYLOR K.A., PASKEWITZ S.M., COPELAND R.S., KOROS J., COLLINS F.H., and BEACH R.  Comparison of a DNA probe and polymerase chain reaction for differentiating members of theAnopheles gambiae complex (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 30:457-461. 1993.

BESANSKY, N.J., PASKEWITZ, S.M., HAMM, D. M., and COLLINS F.H.  Distinct families of site-specific retroposons occupy identical positions in the rRNA genes of Anopheles gambiae.  Molecular and Cell Biology.  12:5102-5110. 1992.

COLLINS, F.H., PASKEWITZ, S.M., AND CREWS-OYEN A.E.   A genetic study of Plasmodium susceptibility in the African malaria vector Anopheles gambiae.  Ann. Soc. Belg. Med. Trop. 71:222-232. 1991.

PASKEWITZ, S.M. AND COLLINS, F.H.  Use of the polymerase chain reaction to identify mosquito species of the Anopheles gambiae complex.  Medical and Veterinary Entomology 4:367-373.  1990.

COLLINS, F.H., PASKEWITZ, S.M., AND FINNERTY, V.  Ribosomal RNA genes of the Anopheles gambiae complex.  Advances in Disease Vector Research.  Vol. 6:1-28. 1989.

PASKEWITZ, S.M., BROWN, M.R., COLLINS, F.H., AND LEA, A.O.  Ultrastructural localization of phenoloxidase associated with encapsulated Plasmodium cynomolgion the midgut of refractory Anopheles gambiae.  Journal of Parasitology.  75:594-600. 1989.

PASKEWITZ, S.M. AND COLLINS, F.H.  Site-specific ribosomal DNA insertion elements in Anopheles gambiae and A. arabiensis: nucleotide sequence of gene-element boundaries. Nucleic Acids Research 17:8125-8133.  1989.

MCDONALD, J.F., STRAND, D.J., BROWN, M.R., PASKEWITZ, S.M., CSINK, A.K., AND VOSS, S.H.  Evidence of host-mediated regulation of retroviral element expression at the posttranscriptional level.  Banbury Report 30: Eukaryotic Transposable Elements as Mutagenic Agents. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.  pp. 219-234.  1988.

PASKEWITZ, S.M., BROWN, M.R., LEA, A.O. AND COLLINS F.H.  Ultrastructure of the encapsulation of Plasmodium cynomolgi (B strain) on the midgut of a refractory strain of Anopheles gambiae.  Journal of Parasitology.  74:432-439.1988.

COLLINS, F.H., SAKAI, R.K., VERNICK, K.D., PASKEWITZ, S.M., SEELEY, D.C., MILLER, L., COLLINS, W.E., CAMPBELL, C.C., AND GWADZ, R.W.  Genetic selection of a Plasmodium-refractory strain of the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae.  Science 234:607-610.  1986.

MCPHERSON, J.E., AND PASKEWITZ, S.M.  Laboratory rearing of Amaurochrous cinctipes (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae: Podopinae) with descriptions of immature stages.  Journal of the New York Entomological Society 92:61-68.  1984.

MCPHERSON, J.E., AND PASKEWITZ, S.M.  Life history and laboratory rearing of Euschistus ictericus (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), with descriptions of immature stages.  Journal of the New York Entomological Society 92:53-60.  1984.

MCPHERSON, J.E., VOGT, T.E., AND PASKEWITZ, S.M.  Effects of various split developmental photophases and constant light during each 24 hour period on adult morphology in Thyanta calceata (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae).  Great Lakes Entomologist 16:43-46.  1983.

PASKEWITZ, S.M., AND MCPHERSON, J.E.  Life history and laboratory rearing of Arhyssus lateralis (Hemiptera: Rhopalidae) with descriptions of immature stages. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 76:477-482.  1983.

MCPHERSON, J.E., AND PASKEWITZ, S.M.  Effects of continuous and split developmental photophases during each 24 hour period on adult color and pubescense in Thyanta calceata (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae).  Great Lakes Entomologist 15:97-98. 1982.

MCPHERSON, J.E., AND PASKEWITZ, S.M.  Effects of various split developmental photophases and constant light during each 24 hour period on adult morphology in Euschistus tristigmus tristigmus (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae).  Great Lakes Entomologist 15:159-161.  1982.

PASKEWITZ, S.M., AND MCPHERSON, J.E.  Descriptions of nymphal instars of Thyanta calceata (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae).  Great Lakes Entomologist 15:231-235.  1982.