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Dynamics of a combined medea-underdominant population transformation system

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May 27, 2014

Chaitanya S. GokhaleFloyd A Reed

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Transgenic constructs intended to be stably established at high frequencies in wild popu- lations have been demonstrated to ?drive? from low frequencies in experimental insect populations. Link- ing such population transformation constructs to genes which render them unable to transmit ...read more

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Malaria Pathway
Malaria Vaccines
Malaria
Population Group
Transformation, Genetic
Genes
Insect Extract
Plants, Transgenic
Autosome
Theoretical Study
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  • Dynamics of a combined medea-underdominant population transformation system

    bioRxiv

    May 27, 2014

    Chaitanya S. GokhaleFloyd A Reed

    PMID: 990005512

    DOI: 10.1101/005512

    Abstract

    Transgenic constructs intended to be stably established at high frequencies in wild popu- lations have been demonstrated to ?drive? from low frequencies in experimental insect populations. Link- ing such population transformation constructs to genes which render them unable to transmit ...read more

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    Malaria Pathway
    Malaria Vaccines
    Malaria
    Population Group
    Transformation, Genetic
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