Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by A. Djoumad
Comparative analysis of mitochondrial genomes of geographic variants of the gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar, reveals a previously undescribed genotypic entity.
High temperature induces downregulation of polydnavirus gene transcription in lepidopteran host and enhances accumulation of host immunity gene transcripts.
A multi-species TaqMan assay for the identification of Asian gypsy moths and other invasive lymantriines of biosecurity concern to North America.
Stewart, D.; Zahiri, R.; Djoumad, A.; Freschi, L.; Lamarche, J.; Holden, D.; Cervantes, S.; Ojeda, D.I.; Potvin, A.; Nisole, A.; Béliveau, C.; Capron, A.; Kimoto, T.; Day, B.; Yueh, H.; Duff, C.; Lévesque, R.C.; Hamelin, R.C.; Cusson, M.
Genomic and proteomic analyses indicate that banchine and campoplegine polydnaviruses have similar, if not identical, viral ancestors.
Ultrastructural and genomic characterization of a second banchine polydnavirus confirms the existence of shared features within this ichnovirus lineage.
Characterization of the polydnaviral 'T. rostrale virus' (TrV) gene family: TrV1 expression inhibits in vitro cell proliferation.
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