|46||2021||Complete enzymatic digestion of double-stranded RNA to nucleosides enables accurate quantification of dsRNA|
Steven R. Strezsak - Royal Society of Chemistry 2021
|45||2021||Physicochemical and Toxicity Investigation of Chitosanbased dsRNA Nanocarrier Formation|
Maicon S. Petrônio - Biointerface Research in Applied Chemistry
|44||2021||Double-Stranded RNA Targeting Dicer-Like Genes Compromises the Pathogenicity of Plasmopara viticola on Grapevine|
Zeraye Mehari Haile - Frontiers in Pland Sci.
|43||2021||Targeting a coatomer protein complex‑I gene via RNA interference results in efective lethality in the pollen beetle Brassicogethes aeneus|
Jonathan Willow - Journal of Pest Science
|42||2021||Anther-Feeding-Induced RNAi in Brassicogethes aeneus Larvae|
Jonathan Willow - Frontiers in Pland Sci.
|41||2021||Does RNAi-Based Technology Fit within EU Sustainability Goals?|
Clauvis Nji Tizi Taning - Trends in Biotechnology
|40||2021||RNAi efficacy is enhanced by chronic dsRNA feeding in pollen beetle|
Jonathan Willow/Eve Veromann - nature
|39||2021||Antiviral therapy in shrimp through plant virus VLP containing VP28 dsRNA against WSSV|
Santiago Ramos-Carreño - Beilstein Journal of organic chemistry
|38||2021||Nasonia segmentation is regulated by an ancestral insect segmentation regulatory network also present in ﬂies|
S E Taylor and P K Dearden - bioRxiv
|37||2021||Efficacy of double-stranded RNA for the large-scale control and prevention of sacbrood virus in Apis cerana (Hymenoptera: Apidae) apiaries|
Mi-Sun Yoo - bioRxiv
|36||2021||The RNAi as a tool to control tropical pathogens|
Hernández-Soto - Agronomía Mesoamericana
|35||2021||Transcriptomic identification and characterization of genes commonly responding to sublethal concentrations of six different insecticides in the common fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster|
Gao, Yue - Elsevier
|34||2021||Optimizing Efficient RNAi-Mediated Control of Hemipteran Pests (Psyllids, Leafhoppers, Whitefly): Modified Pyrimidines in dsRNA Triggers|
Wayne Brian Hunter - plants
|33||2021||RNAi efficacy is enhanced by chronic dsRNA feeding in pollen beetle|
Jonathan Willow/Eve Veromann - nature
|32||2020||Double-stranded rna binding proteins in serum contribute to systemic rnai across phyla—towards finding the missing link in achelata
Banks, T. M. et al. - International Journal of Molecular Sciences
|31||2020||RNAi-Mediated Suppression of Laccase2 Impairs Cuticle Tanning and Molting in the Cotton Boll Weevil (Anthonomus grandis)
Firmino, A. A. P. et al. - Frontiers in Physiology
|30||2020||Biological and Molecular Control Tools in Plant Defense
Pappas, M. L. et al. - Plant Defence: Biological Control
|29||2020||siRNA biogenesis and advances in topically applied dsRNA for controlling virus infections in tomato plants
Rego-Machado, C. M. et al. - Scientific Reports
|28||2020||Analytical Methods Complete enzymatic digestion of double-stranded RNA to nucleosides enables accurate quanti fi cation of dsRNA
Strezsak, S. R. - Royal Society of Chemistry
|27||2020||Does RNAi-Based Technology Fit within EU Sustainability Goals?
Taning, C. N. T. et al. - Trends in Biotechnology
|26||2020||First evidence of bud feeding-induced RNAi in a crop pest via exogenous application of dsRNA
Willow, J. et al. - Insects
|25||2020||Targeting a coatomer protein complex-I gene via RNA interference results in effective lethality in the pollen beetle Brassicogethes aeneus
Willow, J. et al. - Journal of Pest Science
|24||2020||Insecticidal and synergistic activity of dsRNAs targeting buprofezin‐specific genes against the small brown planthopper, Laodelphax striatellus
Fang, Ying, et al. - Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology
|23||2020||Suppression of Rice Stripe Virus Replication in Laodelphax striatellus Using Vector Insect-Derived Double-Stranded RNAs
Fang, Ying, et al. - The plant pathology journal
|22||2020||RNA‐based biocontrol compounds: current status and perspectives to reach the market
Taning, Clauvis NT, et al. - Pest Management Science
|21||2020||Validating the potential of double-stranded RNA targeting Colorado potato beetle mesh gene in laboratory and field trials
Petek, M. et al. - Frontiers in Pland Sci.
|20||2020||A sequence complementarity ‑ based approach for evaluating off ‑ target transcript knockdown in Bombus terrestris , following ingestion of pest ‑ specific dsRNA
Nji, C. et al. - Journal of Pest Sci.
|19||2020||Transcriptomic identification and characterization of genes responding to sublethal doses of three different insecticides in the western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis.
Gao, Y. et al. - Pestic Biochem Physiol.
|18||2020||Epigenetic Modifications: An Unexplored Facet of Exogenous RNA Application in Plants
Dalakouras, A. et al. - Plants (Basel).
|17||2019||Successful suppression of a field population of Ae. aegypti mosquitoes using a novel biological vector control strategy is associated with significantly lower incidence of dengue
Poncio, L. et al. - MedRxiv.
|16||2019||Management of Pest Insects and Plant Diseases by Non-Transformative RNAi
Cagliari, D. et al. - Frontiers in Plant Science
|15||2019||Selection of lethal genes for ingestion RNA interference against western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis, via leaf disc-mediated dsRNA delivery
Han, Seung Hee, et al. - Pesticide biochemistry and physiology
|14||2019||Exogenous Application of RNA Inhibits Aphid-Mediated Transmission of a Plant Virus.
Worrall, E. A. et al. - Frontiers in Pland Sci.
|13||2019||Southern Corn Rootworm(Coleopter : Chrysomelidae) Adult Emergence and Population Growth Assessment After Selection With Vacuolar ATPase-A double-stranded RNA Over Multiple Generations.
Pereira, A. E. et al. - Oxford Academic.
|12||2019||Efficiency of RNA interference is improved by knockdown of dsRNA nucleases in tephritid fruit flies.
Tayler, A. et al. - The Royal Society.
|11||2019||Extracellular endonucleases in the midgut of Myzus persicae may limit the efficacy of orally delivered RNAi.
Ghodke, A. B. et al. - Scientific Reports.
|10||2019||Color morphology of Diaphorina citri influences interactions with its bacterial endosymbionts and “ Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus ”
Hosseinzadeh, S. et al. - PLOS ONE.
|9||2018||Cationic and hydrolysable branched polymers by RAFT for complexation and controlled release of dsRNA.
Alexander B. Cook. et al. - Polymer Chemistry.
|8||2018||Nontransformative Strategies for RNAi in Crop Protection.
se C. et al. - Open Access Books.
|7||2018||RNase If-treated quantitative PCR for dsRNA quantitation of RNAi trait in genetically modified crops.
Wang, P. H. et al. - BMC Biotechnol.
|6||2017||RNAi interference technology in crop protection against arthropod pests, pathogens and nematodes.
Zotti, M. et al. - Pest Manag Sci.
|5||2017||Investigating engineered ribonucleoprotein particles to improve oral RNAi delivery in crop insect pests.
Gillet, F. X. et al - Front Physiol.
|4||2017||White spot syndrome virus VP28 specific double-stranded RNA provides protection through a highly focused siRNA population.
Nilsen, P., Karlsen, M., Sritunyalucksana, K. & Thitamadee, S - Sci. Rep.
|3||2016||Larval application of sodium channel homologous dsRNA restores pyrethroid insecticide susceptibility in a resistant adult mosquito population.
Bona, A. C. D. et al. - Parasit Vectors.
|2||2015||RNAi Technology for Insect Management and Protection of Beneficial Insects from Diseases: Lessons, Challenges and Risk Assessments.
Otti, M. J. Z. & Magghe, G. S. - Neotrop Entomol.
|1||2014||RNA interference in Colorado potato beetle: steps toward development of dsRNA as a commercial insecticide.
Palli, S. R. - Opin. Insect Sci.