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Nature Biotechnology volume 25, pages 12311232 (2007) | Download Citation

RNA interference induced in insects after ingestion of plant-expressed hairpin RNA offers promise for managing devastating crop pests.

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  1. Karl H.J. Gordon is at CSIRO Entomology and Peter M. Waterhouse is at CSIRO Plant Industry, Clunies Ross St., Canberra, ACT 2601, Australia. Karl.Gordon@csiro.au or Peter.Waterhouse@csiro.au

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