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Oral delivery of double-stranded RNA in larvae of the yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti: implications for pest mosquito control

Journal of Insect Science

Nov 15, 2013

Aditi D SinghSteven Whyard

Abstract

RNA interference has already proven itself to be a highly versatile molecular biology tool for understanding gene function in a limited number of insect species, but its widespread use in other species will be dependent on the development of easier methods of double-stranded RNA (dsRNA)...read more

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RPL32 gene
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Malaria Vaccines
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Leptocyte
Effectene
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Oral delivery of double-stranded RNA in larvae of the yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti: implications for pest mosquito control

Journal of Insect Science

Nov 15, 2013

Aditi D SinghSteven Whyard

PMID: 24224468

DOI: 10.1673/031.013.6901

Abstract

RNA interference has already proven itself to be a highly versatile molecular biology tool for understanding gene function in a limited number of insect species, but its widespread use in other species will be dependent on the development of easier methods of double-stranded RNA (dsRNA)...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

MYOZ2 gene
RPL32 gene
SSFA2 gene
TUB gene
Malaria Vaccines
Oligonucleotide Primers
Drosophila
Insecta
Leptocyte
Effectene
2
119

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