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A parasitoid wasp of Drosophila employs preemptive and reactive strategies to deplete its host’s blood cells

May 28, 2021

A parasitoid wasp of Drosophila employs preemptive and reactive strategies to deplete its host’s blood cells

A new research article from Johnny R. Ramroop and colleagues.

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Leveraging natural history biorepositories as a global, decentralized, pathogen surveillance network

Colella and colleagues highlight a novel adaptation of Project ECHO’s virtual community of practice model: Museums and Emerging Pathogens in the Americas (MEPA). MEPA is a virtual network aimed at fostering communication, coordination, and collaborative problem-solving among pathogen researchers, public health officials, and biorepositories in the Americas.

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Leveraging natural history biorepositories as a global, decentralized, pathogen surveillance network

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