Symposium: Ion channels: a matter of life and death in insects
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Ion channels, which allow the flow of ions across the cell or organelle membrane, play a central role in converting chemical or mechanical messages into electrical signals and propagating them. Ion channels are involved in diverse physiological functions. Since ion channels are vital for the life of insects, they are a major class of insecticide targets. The study of insect ion channels is important for the management of emerging insecticide resistance and the development of novel pest control agents. This symposium will provide a great opportunity to share newest findings with the audience.
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