Next Generation Sequencing Technologies for Insect Virus Discovery

@inproceedings{Liu2011NextGS,
  title={Next Generation Sequencing Technologies for Insect Virus Discovery},
  author={Sijun Liu and Diveena Vijayendran and Bryony C Bonning},
  booktitle={Viruses},
  year={2011}
}
Insects are commonly infected with multiple viruses including those that cause sublethal, asymptomatic, and latent infections. Traditional methods for virus isolation typically lack the sensitivity required for detection of such viruses that are present at low abundance. In this respect, next generation sequencing technologies have revolutionized methods for the discovery and identification of new viruses from insects. Here we review both traditional and modern methods for virus discovery, and… CONTINUE READING

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