Coregulation of host–response genes in integument: switchover of gene expression correlation pattern and impaired immune responses induced by dipteran parasite infection in the silkworm, Bombyx mori

@article{Jayaram2013CoregulationOH,
  title={Coregulation of host–response genes in integument: switchover of gene expression correlation pattern and impaired immune responses induced by dipteran parasite infection in the silkworm, Bombyx mori},
  author={Anitha Jayaram and Appukuttan Nair R. Pradeep and Arvind Kumar Awasthi and G. Narshima Murthy and Kangayam M Ponnuvel and Sirigineedi Sasibhushan and G. Chandramohan Rao},
  journal={Journal of Applied Genetics},
  year={2013},
  volume={55},
  pages={209-221}
}
The activation of host response proteins against parasitic infection is dependent on the coregulation of immune gene expression. The infection of commercially important silkworm Bombyx mori through endoparasite Exorista bombycis enhanced host–response gene expression in integument early in the infection and was lowered asymptotically. Principal component analysis (PCA) showed heterogeneity while explaining ∼80 % variance among expression timings. PCA showed positive and negative correlation… CONTINUE READING
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