RNAi Efficiency, Systemic Properties, and Novel Delivery Methods for Pest Insect Control: What We Know So Far

@inproceedings{Joga2016RNAiES,
  title={RNAi Efficiency, Systemic Properties, and Novel Delivery Methods for Pest Insect Control: What We Know So Far},
  author={Mallikarjuna Reddy Joga and Mois{\'e}s Jo{\~a}o Zotti and Guy Smagghe and Olivier Christiaens},
  booktitle={Frontiers in physiology},
  year={2016}
}
In recent years, the research on the potential of using RNA interference (RNAi) to suppress crop pests has made an outstanding growth. However, given the variability of RNAi efficiency that is observed in many insects, the development of novel approaches toward insect pest management using RNAi requires first to unravel factors behind the efficiency of dsRNA-mediated gene silencing. In this review, we explore essential implications and possibilities to increase RNAi efficiency by delivery of… CONTINUE READING

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