Transcriptomics of differential vector competence: West Nile virus infection in two populations of Culex pipiens quinquefasciatus linked to ovary development

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Shin, Dongyoung; Civana, Ayse; Acevedo, Carolina; Smartt, Chelsea T;
(2014)

Background Understanding mechanisms that contribute to viral dissemination in mosquito vectors will contribute to our ability to interfere with the transmission of viral pathogens that impact public health. The expression of genes in two Culex pipiens quinquefasciatus p... View more
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