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Chemosensory receptor annotation and characterization in Aedes albopictus
Chemoreception in insects is modulated by receptors expressed in sensory neurons that detect chemical cues in the environment, allowing insects to make sense of the world around them. The chemosensory machinery of the Asian ...
The Proposed Importance of Chemosensation in Mating in Aedes Species
Currently, mosquito-borne diseases are affecting billions of people worldwide and disproportionally burden the developing world. Despite control efforts, these diseases remain widespread. Studying chemosensation and mating ...