Half Title Page.
List of Contributors.
1: Transgenic Pests and Human Health: A Short Overview of Social, Cultural, and Scientific Considerations*.
2: Concept and History of Genetic Control.
3: Considerations for Disrupting Malaria Transmission in Africa Using Genetically Modified Mosquitoes, Ecology of Anopheline Disease Vectors, and Current Methods of Control.
4: Ecology of Malaria Vectors and Current (Nongenetic) Methods of Control in the Asia Region.
5: Ecology of Anopheles darlingi, the Primary Malaria Vector in the Americas and Current Nongenetic Methods of Vector Control.
6: Considerations for Disrupting Dengue Virus Transmission; Ecology of Aedes aegypti and Current (Nongenetic) Methods of Control.
7: The Challenge of Disrupting Vectorial Capacity.
8: Gene Insertion and Deletion in Mosquitoes.
9: Gene Drive Strategies for Population Replacement.
10: Exploring the Sex-Determination Pathway for Control of Mosquito-Borne Infectious Diseases.
11: Disruption of Mosquito Olfaction.
12: Disruption of Mosquito Blood Meal Protein Metabolism.
13: Engineering Pathogen Resistance in Mosquitoes.
14: Genetic Control of Malaria and Dengue Using Wolbachia.
15: Employing the Mosquito Microflora for Disease Control.
16: Regulation of Transgenic Mosquitoes.
17: Economic Analysis of Genetically Modified Mosquito Strategies.
18: Community Engagement.
19: Impact of Genetic Modification of Vector Populations on the Malaria Eradication Agenda.