Role of CRISPR Technology in Gene Editing of Emerging and Re-emerging Vector Borne Disease
Vector borne diseases are rampant across the world. Due to spread and establishment of vector species in different geographical areas, vector adaptation and resistance towards many insecticides the only option left is vector control for various vector borne diseases. Recent advancement in the field of genome editing have provided a variety of tools like, CRISPR, a novel genome editing techniques which can be applied for the control and prevention of many deadly diseases like dengue, chikungunya, filariasis, Japanese encephalitis and Zika.
Mahto, K. K., Prasad, P., Kumar, M., Dubey, H., & Ranjan, A. (2022). Role of CRISPR Technology in Gene Editing of Emerging and Re-emerging Vector Borne Disease. In Mosquito Research-Recent Advances in Pathogen Interactions, Immunity, and Vector Control Strategies. IntechOpen.