Aphid Salivary Gene May Regulate Gall Color
Aphid Salivary Gene May Regulate Gall Color
Whether the galls that aphids make on witch hazel leaves are red or green is associated with a gene expressed in the insects’ salivary glands.
Aphid Salivary Gene May Regulate Gall Color
Aphid Salivary Gene May Regulate Gall Color

Whether the galls that aphids make on witch hazel leaves are red or green is associated with a gene expressed in the insects’ salivary glands.

Whether the galls that aphids make on witch hazel leaves are red or green is associated with a gene expressed in the insects’ salivary glands.

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How RNAs Called SINEUPs Upregulate Translation
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Looking at the future of neurodegeneration research!
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Download this article to learn how to pick the best detection technique for your protein research!
Advancements in Exosome Research Tools and Diagnostics
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Image of the Day: Nutrient Sensor
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“Hero” Proteins May Shield Other Proteins from Harm
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Joe Louis Studies the Molecular Battles Between Plants and Insects
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Faulty Antibodies Undermine Widespread Research
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