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Recent progress in the development of RNA interference for plant parasitic nematodes

Molecular Plant Pathology

Sep 1, 2007

Catherine J LilleyPeter Edward Urwin

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SUMMARY RNA interference (RNAi), first described for Caenorhabditis elegans, has emerged as a powerful gene silencing tool for investigating gene function in a range of organisms. Recent studies have described its application to plant parasitic nematodes. Genes expressed in a range of c...read more

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Parasites
Sole of Foot
Nematodes
Nematodes
Gene Function
Phylum Nematoda
RNA, Double-Stranded
Cell Type
Gene Silencing
Caenorhabditis elegans
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  • Recent progress in the development of RNA interference for plant parasitic nematodes

    Molecular Plant Pathology

    Sep 1, 2007

    Catherine J LilleyPeter Edward Urwin

    PMID: 20507531

    DOI: 10.1111/j.1364-3703.2007.00422.x

    Abstract

    SUMMARY RNA interference (RNAi), first described for Caenorhabditis elegans, has emerged as a powerful gene silencing tool for investigating gene function in a range of organisms. Recent studies have described its application to plant parasitic nematodes. Genes expressed in a range of c...read more

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    Parasites
    Sole of Foot
    Nematodes
    Nematodes
    Gene Function
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