Publications

2016 McBride, C. S. Genes and odors underlying the recent evolution of mosquito preference for humans. Current Biology 26: R41-R46.
2016 Matthews, B.J., C.S. McBride, M. DeGennaro, O. Despo, and L.B. Vosshall. The neurotranscriptome of the Aedes aegypti mosquito. BMC Genomics 17: 32.
2015 Evans, B.R., A. Gloria-Soria, L. Hou, C.S. McBride, M. Bonizzoni, H. Zhao, and J.R. Powell. A Multipurpose, high-throughput single-nucleotide polymorphism chip for the dengue and yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti. G3 5: 711-718.
2014 McBride, C.S., F. Baier, A.B. Omondi, J. Lutomiah, R. Sang, R. Ignell, and L.B. Vosshall. Evolution of mosquito preference for humans linked to an odorant receptor. Nature 515: 222-227. doi:10.1038/nature13964  Aedes aegypti
2013 DeGennaro, M., C.S. McBride, L. Seeholzer, T. Nakagawa, E.J. Dennis, C. Goldman, N. Jasinskiene, A.A. James, and L.B. Vosshall. orco mutant mosquitoes lose strong preference for humans and are not repelled by volatile DEET. Nature 498: 487-491. doi:10.1038/nature12206
2013 Mikheyev, A.S., C.S. McBride, U. Mueller, C. Parmesan, M.R. Smee, C. Stefanescu, B. Wee, and M.C. Singer. Host-associated genomic differentiation in congeneric butterflies: now you set, now you do not. Molecular Ecology 22: 4753-4766. doi: 10.1111/mec.12423
2012 Singer, M.C., and C.S. McBride. Geographic mosaics of species’ association: a definition and an example driven by plant/insect phenological synchrony. Ecology 93: 2658-73.
2011 Brown, J.E., C.S. McBride, P. Johnson, S. Ritchie, C. Paupy, H. Bossin, J. Lutomiah, I. Fernandez-Salas, A. Ponlawat, A.J. Cornel, W.C. Black, N. Gorrochotegui-Escalante, L. Urdaneta-Marquez, M. Sylla, M. Slotman, K.O. Murray, C. Walker, and J.R. Powell. Worldwide patterns of genetic differentiation imply multiple ‘domestications’ of Aedes aegypti, a major vector of human diseases. Proc Roy Soc Lond B: doi:10.1098/rspb.2010.2469.
2010 McBride, C.S., and M.C. Singer. Field studies reveal strong postmating isolation between ecologically divergent butterfly populations. PLoS Biology 8: e1000529. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1000529.(cover article)  Euphydryas editha
2010 Singer, M.C., and C.S. McBride. Multi-trait, host-associated divergence among sets of butterfly populations: implications for reproductive isolation and ecological speciation. Evolution 64: 921-933.
2009 McBride, C.S., R. van Velzen, and T.B. Larsen. Allopatric origin of cryptic butterfly species that were discovered feeding on distinct host plants in sympatry. Molecular Ecology 18: 3639-3651. (cover article)  Cymothoe egesta
2007 McBride, C.S., and J.R. Arguello. Five Drosophila Genomes Reveal Non-Neutral Evolution and the Signature of Host Specialization in the Chemoreceptor Superfamily. Genetics 177: 1395-1416. (subject of Research Focus in TREE vol. 23: 473-478)
2007 McBride, C.S. Rapid evolution of smell and taste receptor genes during host specialization in Drosophila sechellia. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 104: 4996-5001. (Selected by Faculty of 1000)
2007 Drosophila 12 Genomes Consortium (1 of many authors). Evolution of genes and genomes on the Drosophila phylogeny. Nature 450: 203-218.
2007 McBride, C. S. Toro-olive Greenbul Phyllastrephus hypochloris: a new record for Tanzania with a description of its song. Scopus 26: 27-30.