Insect cuticular proteins and their role in transmission of phytoviruses

@inproceedings{Deshoux2018InsectCP,
  title={Insect cuticular proteins and their role in transmission of phytoviruses},
  author={Ma{\"e}lle Deshoux and Baptiste Monsion and Maryline Uzest},
  booktitle={Current opinion in virology},
  year={2018}
}
Many viruses of agricultural importance are transmitted to host plants via insect vectors. Characterizing virus-vector interactions at the molecular level is essential if we are to fully understand the transmission mechanisms involved and develop new strategies to control viral spread. Hitherto, insect proteins involved in virus transmission have been characterized only poorly. Recent advances in this topic, however, have significantly filled this knowledge gap. Among the vector molecules… CONTINUE READING
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