Angela E Douglas

Daljit S and Elaine Sarkaria Professor of Insect Physiology and Toxicology
Cornell University

Fields of interest: 

Insect immunology, invertebrate interactions with resident microorganisms, gut immunity, animal-microbial symbiosis


Recent publications:

Douglas AE, Bouvaine S, Russell R:
How the insect immune system interacts with an obligate symbiotic bacterium.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B., 278, (2011): 333-338.

Bouvaine S, Boonham N, Douglas AE:
Interactions between a luteovirus and the GroEL chaperonin protein of the symbiotic bacterium Buchnera aphidicola.
Journal of General Virology, 92, (2011): 1467-1474.

Poliakov A, Russell CW, Ponnala L, Hoops HJ, Sun Q, Douglas AE, van Wijk KJ:
Large-scale label-free quantitative proteomics of the pea aphid-Buchnera symbiosis.
Molecular and Cellular Proteomics, 10, (2011): M10.007039.

Macdonald SJ, Thomas GH, Douglas AE:
Genetic and metabolic determinants of nutritional phenotype in an insect-bacterial symbiosis.
Molecular Ecology, 20, (2011): 2073-2084.

Douglas AE:
Is the regulation of insulin signaling multi-organismal?
Science Signaling, 4, (2011): 46.

Douglas AE:
Lessons from studying insect symbioses.
Cell Host Microbe, 10, (2011): 359-367.

Douglas AE:
The Symbiotic Habit. Princeton University Press. (2010)

Wang Y, Carolan JC, Hao F-H, Nicholson J, Wilkinson TL, Douglas AE:
Integrated metabonomic-proteomic analysis of an insect-bacterial symbiotic system.
Journal of Proteome Research, 9, (2010): 1257-1267.

Thomas GH, Zucker J, Macdonald AJ, Sorokin A, Goryanin I, Douglas AE:
A fragile metabolic network adapted for cooperation in the symbiotic bacterium Buchnera aphidicola.
BMC Systems Biology, 3, (2009): 24.

Douglas AE:
Conflict, cheats and persistence of symbioses.
New Phytologist, 177, (2008): 849-858.