Special Issue "Gene Function of Silkworm Pathogen and Its Interaction with Host"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 January 2024 | Viewed by 75
The silkworm (Bombyx mori) is an important insect for various industrial applications. However, the sericulture industry has been threatened by silkworm pathogens, such as BmNPV, BmCPV, Nosema bombycis, white muscardine, and so on. No drugs are available to treat most silkworm diseases; so, it is important to study the gene functions of silkworm pathogens and their relationship with silkworms at the molecular level to find targets for disease treatment.
This Special Issue will cover all aspects of silkworm pathogens’ functions and their interactions with silkworm at the RNA, protein, physiological, and biochemical levels. This Special Issue also welcomes manuscripts on the toxicity of pesticides or environmental pollutants to silkworm.
Dr. Xuedong Tang
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Bombyx mori
- Nosema bombycis
- white muscardine