Symposium: Evolution of Chemosensory Receptors in Diptera - Phylogenetic and Structure/Function Relationships
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Dipeteran insects represent a diverse taxa of insects, including disease vector mosquitoes, fruit fly agricultural pests, and the genetic model organism, Drosophila melanogaster. The genomics revolution has resulted in a recent explosion of knowledge on Dipteran chemonsensory receptors. Study of chemosensory receptor function facilitates reverse chemical ecology research. Evolutionary insights promote an informed approach to elucidating orphan receptor function. The recent Cryo-EM structure of an insect olfactory receptor highlights potential for precision guided structure-function research.
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