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The impact of RNA interference of the subolesin and voraxin genes in male Amblyomma hebraeum (Acari: Ixodidae) on female engorgement and ovipositionDownload
Abstract: Reducing or replacing the use of chemical pesticides for tick control is a desirable goal. The most promising approach would be to develop vaccines that protect hosts against tick infestation. Antigens suitable for the development of anti-tick vaccines will likely be those essential for...
Abstract: Ticks have attracted a great deal of scientific attention primarily because of their role as vectors of numerous pathogens The majority of tick researchers worldwide focus primarily on microbiological and clinical issues relating to these pathogens and on methods (pesticidal and...