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Citrus greening disease pathogen has gut-wrenching effect on insect vector

(Boyce Thompson Institute) The Asian citrus psyllid starts an immune response against the bacterium that causes citrus greening disease by triggering cell death in the gut. The discovery may be useful for developing a treatment against the devastating epidemic.
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