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“…Bidirectional incompatibility is desirable for population suppression programs because it reduces the risk that inadvertently released females will replace natural populations (Moretti, Marzo, Lampazzi, & Calvitti, ). Novel Wolbachia infections that are bidirectionally incompatible with natural populations have been generated in A. albopictus (Calvitti et al, ; Xi, Khoo, & Dobson, ) by first removing the native superinfection which is at high frequency in most natural populations (Joanne et al, ; Kittayapong, Baisley, Sharpe, Baimai, & O'Neill, ). Such strains have been deployed successfully for population suppression (Mains et al, ).…”
Section: Potential Implications Of Natural Wolbachia Infections For Rmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Bidirectional incompatibility is desirable for population suppression programs because it reduces the risk that inadvertently released females will replace natural populations (Moretti, Marzo, Lampazzi, & Calvitti, ). Novel Wolbachia infections that are bidirectionally incompatible with natural populations have been generated in A. albopictus (Calvitti et al, ; Xi, Khoo, & Dobson, ) by first removing the native superinfection which is at high frequency in most natural populations (Joanne et al, ; Kittayapong, Baisley, Sharpe, Baimai, & O'Neill, ). Such strains have been deployed successfully for population suppression (Mains et al, ).…”
Section: Potential Implications Of Natural Wolbachia Infections For Rmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this situation, population suppression is impossible and population replacement will be challenging; therefore, such infections are not being considered for release. Natural populations of A. albopictus are superinfected with the w AlbA and w AlbB strains at a high frequency although either strain may occasionally be lost (Joanne et al, ; Kittayapong, Baisley, et al, ), resulting in unidirectional cytoplasmic incompatibility (Dobson et al, ).…”
Section: Potential Implications Of Natural Wolbachia Infections For Rmentioning
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“…albopictus (de Albuquerque, Magalhaes, & Ayres, 2011;Joanne et al, 2015;Kitrayapong, Baimai, & O'Neill, 2002), but until recently Ae. (Stegomyia) albopictus Skuse are the major vectors for the transmission of several arthropod-borne viruses (arboviruses) among humans, particularly dengue, Zika, yellow fever, and chikungunya viruses.…”
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