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Abstract

Expression of a single siRNA against a conserved region of NP gene strongly inhibits in vitro replication of different influenza A virus strains of avian and swine origin.

Influenza A virus is the principal agent responsible of the respiratory tract's infections in humans. Every year, highly pathogenic and infectious strains with new antigenic assets appear, making ineffective vaccines so far developed. The discovery of RNA interference (RNAi) opened the way to the...

Authors
Stoppani, E.; Bassi, I.; Dotti, S.; Lizier, M.; Ferrari, M.; Lucchini, F.
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication
Antiviral Research, 2015, 120, pp 16-22
CAB ReviewFull Text

An overview of plant pathology and application of next-generation sequencing technologies.

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) platforms became available commercially about a decade ago. They provide highly efficient, rapid, and low-cost high-throughput and deep DNA sequencing. They are being continually improved to become faster, more efficient and cheaper and have been used in biology...

Date
April 2015
Subjects
detection; DNA replication; DNA sequencing; epidemiology; genomics; microbial ecology; plant parasitic nematodes; plant pathogenic bacteria; plant pathogenic fungi; plant pathogens; plant pathology; plant pests; plant viruses; transcription
Authors
Barba, M.; Hadidi, A.
News Article

Genetic find might lead to cattle that are more resistant to TB

Scientists have identified genetic traits in cattle that might allow farmers to breed livestock with increased resistance to bovine tuberculosis...

Date
February 2014
AbstractFull Text

Molecular cloning and sequence analysis of a Terpene synthase (McTPS1) gene in Matricaria chamomilia.

A terpene synthase (TPS) gene (designated as McTPS1) cDNA was cloned from Matricaria chamomilia using a pair of specific primers. The cDNA fragment of McTPS1 was 1719 bp and encoded a protein of 572 amino acids. The theoretical molecular weight and isoelectric point of the deduced McTPS1 protein...

Authors
Tao TingTing; Zhu Li; Liu XiaoMeng; Song QiLing; Xu Feng; Chang Jie; Zhang WeiWei
Publisher
Shamokal Publications
Publication
International Journal of Biosciences (IJB), 2015, 7, 1, pp 66-73

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