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Book chapters
T.P. Endy, S.C. Weaver, and K.A. Hanley. 2009. Dengue virus – Past, present and future.  In Frontiers in Dengue Virus Research. K.A. Hanley and S.C. Weaver (eds.). Caister Academic Press. Hethersett, UK.

N. Vasilakis, K.A. Hanley and S.C. Weaver. 2009. Dengue virus emergence from its sylvatic cycle. In Frontiers in Dengue Virus Research. K.A. Hanley and S.C. Weaver (eds.). Caister Academic Press. Hethersett, UK.

Hanley, K.A. and S.C. Weaver. 2008. Arbovirus Evolution, pp 351-392. In Origin and Evolution of Viruses (second edition). E. Domingo, C. Parrish and J. F. Holland (eds.). Elsevier, St. Louis, MO [LINK].


Books
Hanley, K.A. and S.C. Weaver, editors. 2009. Frontiers in Dengue Virus Research. Caister Academic Press. Hethersett, UK. www.horizonpress.com/dengueFrontiers in dengue virus research


Peer-reviewed (Journal Articles
Althouse, B.M., J. Lessler, A.A. Sall, M. Diallo, K.A. Hanley, D.W. Watts, S.C. Weaver, D.A.T. Cummings. 2012, submitted. Synchrony of sylvatic dengue isolations: A multi-host, multi-vector SIR model of dengue virus transmission in Senegal. submitted to PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases

Diallo, D., A.A. Sall, M. Buenemann, O. Faye, R. Chen, C. Diagne, Y. Ba, I. Dia, D. Watts, S.C. Weaver, K.A. Hanley, M. Diallo. 2012. Landscape ecology of sylvatic dengue and chikungunya virus and their mosquito vectors in southeastern Senegal. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 6(6): e1649

Antolin, M.F., K. Jenkins, C.T. Bergstrom, B. Crespi, S. De, A. Moreno-Estrada, A. Hancock, K.A. Hanley, R. Nesse, G.S. Omenn, S.C. Stearns. 2012. Evolutionary medicine in undergraduate education: a prescription for all biology students. Evolution 66:1991-2006

Rossi, S.R., F. Nasar, J. Cardosa, S.V. Mayer, R.B. Tesh, K.A. Hanley, S.C. Weaver, N. Vasilakis. 2012. Genetic and phenotypic characterization of sylvatic dengue virus type 4 strains. Virology 423:58-67.

Hanley, K.A. 2011. The double-edged sword: How evolution can make or break a live-attenuated virus vaccine. Evolution: Education and Outreach 4: 635-643.

Mu, R., T.A. Romero, K.A. Hanley, A.L. Dawe. 2011. Conserved and variable structural elements in the 5' untranslated region of two hypoviruses from the filamentous  fungus Cryphonectria parasitica. Virus Research 161:203-8

Vasilakis, N., J. Cardosa, K.A. Hanley, E.C. Holmes, and S.C. Weaver.
2011. The fever from the forest: Prospects for continued emergence of sylvatic dengue virus and impact on public health. Nature Reviews Microbiology advanced online publication

McDowell, M., S.R. Gonzalez, S.C. Kumarapperuma, M. Jeselnik, J.B. Arterburn, K.A. Hanley. 2010. A novel nucleoside analog, 1-b-D-ribofuranosyl-3-ethynyl-[1,2,4]triazole (ETAR), exhibits efficacy against a broad range of flaviviruses in vitro. Antiviral Research. Epub ahead of print. [PDF]

Mukherjee, S. and K.A. Hanley. 2010. RNA interference modulates dengue virus infection in Drosophila melanogaster cells. BMC Microbiology 10:127 [PDF]

Vasilakis, N., J. Cardosa, M. Diallo, A.A. Sall, E.C. Holmes, K.A. Hanley and S.C. Weaver. 2010.  Sylvatic dengue viruses share the pathogenic potential of urban/ endemic dengue viruses.  Journal of Virology 84:3726-7 [letter to the editor]

Vasilakis, N., E. Deardoff, J.L. Kenney, S.R. Rossi, K.A. Hanley, S.C. Weaver. 2009. Mosquitoes put the brake on evolution: experimental evolution reveals slower mutation accumulation in mosquito cells than vertebrate cells. PLoS Pathogens 5:e100467. [PDF]

Joseph, S.B., K.A. Hanley, L. Chao, C.L. Burch. 2009. Coinfection rates in f6 bacteriophage are enhanced by virus-induced changes in host cells. Evolutionary Applications. Epub ahead of print.

Pepin, K.M. and K.A. Hanley. 2008. Density-dependent competitive suppression of sylvatic dengue virus by endemic dengue virus in cultured mosquito cells. Vector Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 8:821-8.[PDF]

Vasilakis, N., E.B. Fokam, C.T.Hanson, E. Weinberg, A.A. Sall, S. S. Whitehead, K.A. Hanley, S.C. Weaver. 2008. Genetic and phenotypic characterization of sylvatic dengue strains. Virology 377:296-307. 
     
Hanley, K.A., J.T. Nelson, E. E. Schirtzinger, S.S. Whitehead, C.T. Hanson. 2008. Superior infectivity for mosquito vectors contributes to competitive displacement among strains of dengue virus. BMC Ecology 8:1.[PDF]

Pepin, K.M., K. Lambeth, K.A. Hanley. 2008. Asymmetric competitive suppression between strains of dengue virus. BMC Microbiology 8:28.[PDF]

Blaney, J.E., Jr., N. Sathe, C.T. Hanson. L. Goddard, T.A. Romero, K.A. Hanley, B.R. Murphy, S.S. Whitehead. 2008. Dengue virus type 3 vaccine candidates generated by introduction of deletions in the 3' untranslated region (UTR) or exchange of the DENV3 3' UTR with that of DENV4. Vaccine 26:817-28.

Vasilakis, N., E. J. Shell, E.B. Fokam, P.W. Mason, K.A. Hanley, D.M. Estes, and S.C.Weaver. 2007. Potential of ancestral sylvatic dengue-2 viruses to re-emerge. Virology 358:402-12.[PDF]

Romero, T.A., E. Tumban, J. Jun, W.B. Lott, and K.A. Hanley. 2006. Secondary structure of dengue virus type 4 3 untranslated region: Impact of deletion and substitution mutations. Journal of General Virology 87:3291-3296. [PDF]

Hanley, K.A., L.B. Goddard, L.E. Gilmore, T.W. Scott, J. Speicher, B.R. Murphy, A. G. Pletnev. 2005.  Infectivity of West Nile/Dengue chimeric viruses for West Nile and Dengue mosquito vectors. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 5: 1-10. [PDF]

Blaney, Jr., J.E., C.T. Hanson, C. Y. Firestone, K.A. Hanley, B.R. Murphy, S.S. Whitehead.  2004. Genetically modified, live attenuated dengue virus type 3 vaccine candidates. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 71: 811-821.

Blaney, J.E., Jr., C.T. Hanson, K.A. Hanley, B.R. Murphy and S. W. Whitehead.  2004. Vaccine candidates derived from a novel infectious cDNA clone of an American genotype dengue virus type 2. Biomed Central Infectious Diseases 4: 39-49.[PDF]

Hanley, K.A., L.R. Manlucu, G.G. Manipon, C.T. Hanson, S.S. Whitehead, B.R. Murphy, J.E. Blaney Jr.  2004. Introduction of mutations into the non-structural genes or 3' untranslated region of an attenuated dengue virus type 4 vaccine candidate further decreases replication in rhesus monkeys while retaining protective immunity. Vaccine 22:3440-3448.

Burch, C.L., P.E. Turner, and K.A. Hanley.  2003. Patterns of epistasis in RNA viruses: a review of the evidence from vaccine design. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16:1223-1235.

Whitehead, S.S., K.A. Hanley, J.E. Blaney Jr., L.E. Gilmore, W.R. Elkins, and B.R. Murphy.  2003.  Substitution of the structural genes of dengue virus type 4 with those of type 2 results in chimeric vaccine candidates which are attenuated for mosquitoes, mice and rhesus monkeys.  Vaccine 21:4307-4316

Hanley, K.A., L.R. Manlucu, L.E. Gilmore, J.E. Blaney Jr., C. T. Hanson, B.R. Murphy and S.S. Whitehead. 2003.  A trade-off in replication in mosquito versus mammalian systems conferred by a point mutation in the NS4B protein of dengue virus type 4. Virology 312: 222-232.

Whitehead, S.S., B. Falgout, K.A. Hanley, J.E. Blaney Jr., L. Markoff, and B.R. Murphy. 2003. A live attenuated dengue virus type 1 vaccine candidate with a 30 nucleotide deletion in the 3' untranslated region is highly attenuated and immunogenic in monkeys.  Journal of Virology 77:1653-1657.

Hanley, K.A., J.J. Lee, J.E. Blaney, Jr., B.R. Murphy, and S.S. Whitehead.  2002.Paired charge-to-alanine mutagenesis of dengue virus type 4 NS5 confers temperature sensitive, host-range and mouse attenuation phenotypes. Journal of Virology 76: 525-531

Hanley, K.A. and J.A. Stamps. 2002.  Does corticosterone mediate bidirectional interactions between social behaviour and blood parasites in juvenile black iguanas, Ctenosaura similis. Animal Behaviour 63: 311-322

Troyer, J. M. 1, K.A. Hanley1, S.S. Whitehead, D. Strickman, R.A. Karron,  A. P. Durbin, and B. R. Murphy.   2001. A live attenuated recombinant dengue-4 virus vaccine candidate with restricted capacity for dissemination in mosquitoes and lack of transmission from vaccinees to mosquitoes. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 65:414-419.
1Equal contribution by first two authors.

Pletnev, A.G., M. Bray, K.A. Hanley, J. Speicher and R. Elkins. 2001. Tick-borne Langat/mosquito-borne Dengue flavivirus chimera, a candidate live-attenuated vaccine for protection against disease caused by members of the tick-borne encephalitis virus complex: evaluation in rhesus monkeys and mosquitoes. Journal of Virology 75: 8259-8267.

Chao, L., K.A. Hanley, C. L. Burch, C. Dahlberg, and P.E. Turner. 2000. Kin selection and the evolution of virulence in parasites: Making hard and soft choices. Quarterly Review of Biology 75:261-275.

Schall, J.J., H. R. Prendiville, and K.A. Hanley. 2000. Prevalece of the tick, Ixodes pacificus, on western fence lizards, Sceloporus occidentalis: Trends by gender, size, season, site and mite infestation. Journal of Herpetology 34:160-163.

Hanley, K.A., M.L. Elliott, and J.A. Stamps.  1999.  Chemical recognition of familiar versus unfamiliar conspecifics by juvenile black iguanas, Ctenosaura similis. Ethology 105: 641-650.

Turner, P.E., C. L. Burch, K.A. Hanley, and L. Chao. 1999. Hybrid frequencies confirm limit to coinfection in the RNA bacteriophage Phi 6. Journal of Virology 73: 2420-2424.

Hanley, K.A., K.R. Petren, and T.J. Case. 1998.  An experimental investigation of the competitive displacement of a native gecko by an invading gecko: no role for parasites. Oecologia 115: 196-205.

Hanley, K.A., R.N. Fisher, and T.J. Case. 1995. Higher mite infestations in sexual geckos than their asexual congeners.  Evolution 49(3): 418-436.

Hanley, K.A., D.M. Vollmer, and T.J. Case. 1995. The distribution and prevalence of helminths, coccidia and blood parasites in two competing species of gecko:  implications for apparent competition. Oecologia 102: 220-229.

Radtkey, R.R., S. Donnellan, R.N. Fisher, C. Moritz, K.A. Hanley, and T.J. Case. 1995. When species collide: the origin and spread of an asexual gecko species. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London (Biology) 259:145-152.

Upton, S.J., K.A. Hanley, and T.J. Case. 1994. Eimeria frenatus sp. n. and Eimeria rochalimai  (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from Hemidactylus frenatus (Sauria: Gekkonidae) in Hawaii.  Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 113(3): 390-394

Hanley, K.A., D.T. Bolger, and T.J. Case.  1994.  Comparative ecology of sexual and asexual gecko congeners (Lepidodactylus) in French Polynesia. Evolutionary Ecology 8: 438-454.

Upton, S.J., K.A. Hanley, T.J. Case, and C.T. McCallister. 1991.  Description of Isospora schlegeli (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from gekkonid lizards in the South Pacific. Canadian Journal of Zoology  69: 3108-3110.


Invited
Hanley, K.A.  1997. Infection, Polymorphism and Evolution (Book Review). Parasitology Today 13: 278

Hanley, K.A., J.E. Biardi, C.M. Greene, T.M. Markowitz, C.E. O'Connell, and J. Hornberger.  1996. The behavioral ecology of host-parasite interactions: An interdisciplinary challenge. Parasitology Today 12:371-373.

Hanley, K.A. 1996. Comportamiento social de los garrobos.  Rothschildia 3: 10.






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