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"A road map to control Huanglongbing: Tissue-specific, molecular analyses of the vector-pathogen interface"- Angela Kruse

Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at 12:20pm

Plant Science Building, 404

Angela Kruse
Graduate Student, Plant Pathology section, Cornell University

Research Focus:
My research centers on insect transmission of the bacterium associated with citrus greening disease (also known as Huanglongbing), which is currently the most serious disease of citrus plants. I use molecular biology, proteomics, and RNA aptamer technology to study how the bacteria is transmitted between hosts with the goal of inhibiting vector spread of this devastating pathogen. 

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