• Center for Evolution and Medicine, Arizona State University, TEMPE, United States of America
  • Evolutionary Applications, Evolutionary Ecology, Evolutionary Epidemiology, Evolutionary Theory, Experimental Evolution
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Drug resistance; insecticide resistance; resistance management strategies; malaria; co-infections

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An interaction between cancer progression and social environment in Drosophila
Erika H. Dawson, Tiphaine P.M. Bailly, Julie Dos Santos , Céline Moreno, Maëlle Devilliers, Brigitte Maroni, Cédric Sueur, Andreu Casali, Beata Ujvari, Frederic Thomas, Jacques Montagne, Frederic Mery

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Cancer and loneliness in Drosophila

Drosophila flies may not be perceived as a quintessentially social animal, particularly when compared to their eusocial hymenopteran cousins. Although they have no parental care, division of labour or subfertile caste, fruit flies nevertheless exhibit an array of social phenotypes that are potentially comparable to those of their highly social relatives. In the wild, Drosophila adults cluster around food resources where courtship, mating activity and oviposition occur. Recent work has shown ...