Published in Blood Weekly, June 10th, 1996
Colorado State University researchers have shown that a genetically engineered Sindbis virus expressing a dengue-targeted antisense molecule blocked the ability of mosquitoes to transmit one of the four strains of dengue virus.
K.E. Olson and colleagues reported their findings in the journal Science ("Genetically Engineered Resistance to Dengue-2 Virus Transmission in Mosquitoes," Science, 1996;272(5263):884-6.)
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