Keywords: hybrid dysgenesis
Can transposable elements be used to drive disease refractoriness genes into vector populations?M. G. Kidwell and J. M. C. Ribeiro, Parasitology Today, 8:325-329. 1992.
A number of biological procedures are currently being considered as alternatives to insecticide-based methods for the control of insect vectors of disease. Among these are the adaptation of various genetic mechanisms to drive genes of interest, such as refractoriness to malaria ...
Keywords: drosophila-melanogaster, Evolution, gene drive natural, gene drive synthetic, history 1975-2000, hybrid dysgenesis, inheritance, models, P elements, transposition
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