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New dimensions of antiviral immunity in insects.

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Host: Frank Jiggins

The field of insect immunity has been largely dominated by studies on antimicrobial immunity, while antiviral immunity has received relatively little attention. Based on a combination of basic and applied science as well as bioinformatic approaches, we investigate the molecular and cellular aspects underlying the immune dynamics of the antiviral response. I will comment on the mechanism of antiviral RNAi in insects and its main attributes, such as memory, specificity, and effect on the virus.

This talk is part of the Genetics Seminar series.

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