Controlling invasive rodents via synthetic gene drive and the role of polyandryManser, AC, S. J.; Sutter, A.; Blondel, D. V.; Serr, M.; Godwin, J.; Price, T. A. R., Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 286:9. 2019.
House mice are a major ecosystem pest, particularly threatening island ecosystems as a non-native invasive species. Rapid advances in synthetic biology offer new avenues to control pest species for biodiversity conservation. Recently, a synthetic sperm-killing gene drive ...
Keywords: animals, complex, dynamics, Ecology, Environmental Sciences &, Eradication, Evolutionary Biology, fitness, frequency, Gene drive, gene drive genetics, gene drive models, gene drive synthetic, house mouse, invasive species, Life Sciences & Biomedicine - Other Topics, mice, mouse t-haplotypes, pest control, polyandry, populations, relative, sperm competition, tailless, technologies, wild house mice
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