Induction and suppression of tick cell antiviral RNAi responses by tick-borne flaviviruses

@inproceedings{Schnettler2014InductionAS,
  title={Induction and suppression of tick cell antiviral RNAi responses by tick-borne flaviviruses},
  author={Esther Schnettler and Hana Tykalov{\'a} and Mick Watson and Mayuri Sharma and Mark G Sterken and Darren J Obbard and Samuel H. Lewis and Melanie McFarlane and Lesley Bell-Sakyi and Gerald Barry and Sabine Weisheit and Sonja M. Best and Richard J. Kuhn and Gorben P Pijlman and Margo E. Chase-Topping and Ernest Andrew Gould and Libor Grubhoffer and John K Fazakerley and Alain Kohl},
  booktitle={Nucleic acids research},
  year={2014}
}
Arboviruses are transmitted by distantly related arthropod vectors such as mosquitoes (class Insecta) and ticks (class Arachnida). RNA interference (RNAi) is the major antiviral mechanism in arthropods against arboviruses. Unlike in mosquitoes, tick antiviral RNAi is not understood, although this information is important to compare arbovirus/host interactions in different classes of arbovirus vectos. Using an Ixodes scapularis-derived cell line, key Argonaute proteins involved in RNAi and the… CONTINUE READING
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Arboviruses are transmitted by distantly related arthropod vectors such as mosquitoes ( class Insecta ) and ticks ( class Arachnida ) . RNA interference ( RNAi )
Unlike in mosquitoes , tick antiviral RNAi is not understood , although this information is important to compare arbovirus / host interactions in different classes of arbovirus vectos .
Arboviruses are transmitted by distantly related arthropod vectors such as mosquitoes ( class Insecta ) and ticks ( class Arachnida ) . RNA interference ( RNAi )
Arboviruses are transmitted by distantly related arthropod vectors such as mosquitoes ( class Insecta ) and ticks ( class Arachnida ) . RNA interference ( RNAi )
Arboviruses are transmitted by distantly related arthropod vectors such as mosquitoes ( class Insecta ) and ticks ( class Arachnida ) . RNA interference ( RNAi )
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Arboviruses are transmitted by distantly related arthropod vectors such as mosquitoes ( class Insecta ) and ticks ( class Arachnida ) . RNA interference ( RNAi )
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