Full Name
Dolyce Low Hong Wen
Main Affiliation
 
 
Email
GMSDLHW@NUS.EDU.SG
 

Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12018Bat-mouse bone marrow chimera: A novel animal model for dissecting the uniqueness of the bat immune systemYong, K.S.M; Ng, J.H.J ; Her, Z; Hey, Y.Y ; Tan, S.Y; Tan, W.W.S; Irac, S.E ; Liu, M; Chan, X.Y; Gunawan, M; Foo, R.J.H ; Low, D.H.W ; Mendenhall, I.H ; Chionh, Y.T ; Dutertre, C.-A ; Chen, Q ; Wang, L.-F 
22019Diversity and evolution of viral pathogen community in cave nectar bats (eonycteris spelaea)Mendenhall, I.H.; Wen, D.L.H. ; Jayakumar, J.; Gunalan, V.; Wang, L.; Mauer-Stroh, S.; Su, Y.C.F.; Smith, G.J.D.
32020Ecology of bat flies in Singapore: A study on the diversity, infestation bias and host specificity (Diptera: Nycteribiidae)Lim, Z.X.; Hitch, A.T.; Lee, B.P.Y.-H.; Low, D.H.W. ; Neves, E.S. ; Borthwick, S.A. ; Smith, G.J.D. ; Mendenhall, I.H. 
42019Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply zoonotic spilloverDovih, P.; Laing, E.D.; Chen, Y.; Low, D.H.W. ; Ansil, B.R.; Yang, X.; Shi, Z.; Broder, C.C.; Smith, G.J.D. ; Linster, M. ; Ramakrishnan, U.; Mendenhall, I.H. 
52017Peridomestic Aedes malayensis and Aedes albopictus are capable vectors of arboviruses in citiesMendenhall I.H. ; Manuel M.; Moorthy M.; Lee T.T.M.; Low D.H.W. ; Missé D.; Gubler D.J.; Ellis B.R.; Ooi E.E. ; Pompon J. 
62018Serologic evidence of fruit bat exposure to filoviruses, Singapore, 2011–2016Laing E.D.; Mendenhall I.H. ; Linster M. ; Low D.H.W. ; Chen Y.; Yan L.; Sterling S.L.; Borthwick S. ; Neves E.S. ; Lim J.S.L. ; Skiles M.; Lee B.P.Y.-H.; Wang L.-F. ; Broder C.C.; Smith G.J.D.