Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase-Induced Hyperactivity Is a Conserved Strategy of a Subset of BaculoViruses to Manipulate Lepidopteran Host Behavior

S. van Houte, V.I.D. Ros, T.G. Mastenbroek, N.J. Vendrig, K. Hoover, J. Spitzen, M.M. van Oers

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