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    Помогайбо В. М., Петрушов А. В.

    ГЕНЕТИЧЕСКИЕ КОММУНИКАЦИИ В СИСТЕМЕ «ПАРАЗИТ - ЖИВИТЕЛЬ»


    Об авторе: Помогайбо В. М., Петрушов А. В.
    Рубрика ОБЗОРЫ ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ
    Тип статьи Обзорная статья
    Аннотация Генетические коммуникации (горизонтальное или латеральное переноса генов) между различными, даже чужеродными организмами является общебиологическими явлением и источником быстрой и массовой изменчивости организмов без мутаций и рекомбинаций. Они осуществляются с помощью векторов (вирусов, плазмид и мобильных генетических элементов), при условии тесного физического контакта (копуляции, конъюгации, симбиоза, паразитизма, трансплантации), а также с помощью паразитов-курьеров. В системе «паразит - живителя» генетические коммуникации происходят в обоих направлениях. Дальнейшее их изучение позволит лучше понять процессы геномной коэволюции и паразитарной эпидемиологии.
    Ключевые слова генетические коммуникации, горизонтальное переноса генов, паразит, живителя, векторы, физический контакт, коэволюция, паразитарная эпидемиология
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