Blowfly genome map reveals 2,000 genes not seen before that may yield potential drug and vaccine targets.
RESEARCHERS have decoded the Australian sheep blowfly genome, adding ammunition to the battle against one of the nation's most insidious pests.
All 14,544 genes of the blowfly (Lucilia cuprina) were identified by the international research team, which was led by the University of Melbourne, in partnership with the Baylo
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