Gene expression differences underlying genotype-by-genotype specificity in a host-parasite system.

@article{Barribeau2014GeneED,
  title={Gene expression differences underlying genotype-by-genotype specificity in a host-parasite system.},
  author={Seth M Barribeau and Ben Michael Sadd and L du Plessis and Paul Schmid-Hempel},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2014},
  volume={111 9},
  pages={
          3496-501
        }
}
In many systems, host-parasite evolutionary dynamics have led to the emergence and maintenance of diverse parasite and host genotypes within the same population. Genotypes vary in key attributes: Parasite genotypes vary in ability to infect, host genotypes vary in susceptibility, and infection outcome is frequently the result of both parties' genotypic identities. These host-parasite genotype-by-genotype (GH × GP) interactions influence evolutionary and ecological dynamics in important ways… CONTINUE READING
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