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Wolbachia in Medical News

One Species' Genome Found Within Another

...scientists found the entire genome of the parasite wolbachia inside a fruit fly ( Drosophila ananassae ). wolbachia is a common parasite that invades cells in the rep...roductive organs of its insect hosts. As a result, wolbachia genes are occasionally passed on to the next gener...

Natural Selection in Butterflies

... rise of a suppressor gene that holds in check the wolbachia bacteria, which is passed down from the mother and...il 2002 that Hurst and colleagues first identified wolbachia bacteria as the culprit behind the distorted sex r... Charlat added that the relationship between wolbachia and the Blue Moon butterfly illustrates the so-cal...

Useful Parasites

...ike malaria can kill. While some microbes like the wolbachia can often make the host female less fertile. A re...me more helpful rather than harmful. The vivacious wolbachia is actually giving the host a boost in its fertili... from a symbiotic relationship. It may be that the wolbachia in this case is well on the way to having a simila...

Useful Parasites

...ike malaria can kill. While some microbes like the wolbachia can often// make the host female less fertile. A r...me more helpful rather than harmful. The vivacious wolbachia is actually giving the host a boost in its fertili... from a symbiotic relationship. It may be that the wolbachia in this case is well on the way to having a simila...
Wolbachia in Biological News

Viral hitchhiker inhibits Wolbachia bacteria's ability to proliferate

Scientists studying the widespread symbiotic bacteria Wolbachia have long been interested in its ability to proliferate. One way it does this is by hijacking sperm of its insect hosts and genetically tricking them to bear more infected females, the only sex that transmits the bacteria. Now, a new...

Mosquito parasite may help fight dengue fever

...reative form of defence. Knowing that a parasite, wolbachia pipientis , shortens the lifespan of host insects ...sfully infected Ae. aegypti with a strain of the wolbachia bacterium and shortened the mosquitoes' lifespan. ...rnational governments that mosquitoes carrying the wolbachia parasite could successfully limit transmission of ...

Gene exchange common among sex-manipulating bacteria

...that it will be possible to use sex-manipulating bacteria as environmentally friendly pesticides against harmful insects. Bacteria belonging to the wolbachia group are adapted to invertebrate animals such as insects, spiders, scorpions, and worms. These bacteria spread via the female's eggs from one generat...

MBL develops infrastructure and portal for Encyclopedia of Life

... at the MBL, who are experts on the species described by the page: the microbe Cafeteria roenbergensis (page developed by Dr. Patterson); the bacteria wolbachia pipientis (by Seth Bordenstein); and the Australian Giant Cuttlefish (by Roger Hanlon and Kendra Buresch). Feedback on the first 30,000 pages will ...

One species' entire genome discovered inside another's

...g information for a completely separate species. wolbachia may be the most prolific parasite in the worlda pa... way into the hosts eggs or sperm. Once there, the wolbachia is ensured passage to the next generation of its h...lso are much more likely to be passed on. Since wolbachia typically live within the reproductive organs of t...

A bacterial genome reveals new targets to combat infectious disease

..., with each benefiting from the other. Indeed, the wolbachia bacterium is so crucial to its host nematode that ...olleagues present the complete DNA sequence of the wolbachia pipientis strain within Brugia malayi, a parasitic...atode responsible for lymphatic filariasis. This wolbachia genome is small, only about a million base pairs, ...
Wolbachia in Biological Dictionary

Endosymbiont

...ting the host- endosymbiont dynamics in an individual-based ... Therefore, endosymbiont transmission rates may vary with temporal or spatial ... wolbachia endosymbiont of Culex. Microbes Home. Website Search. People ... The genome of the endosymbiont is estimated to be 1.1 Mb, and will be sequenced...
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