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Structure, Function and Applications of Carboxylesterases from Insects for Insecticide Resistance

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Carboxylesterases (EC distribute broadly in insects, and play an important role in the metabolism with various functions. This paper reviews the insect carboxylesterases including the definitions and reaction mechanism, classification, structural context, functions especially on insecticide resistance, and its application.

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Keywords: Carboxylesterase; esterase; insect; insecticide; insecticide resistance

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-10-01

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