Journal of Pest Science (2019) 92, 71-82

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Pierre Bilodeau, Amanda D. Roe, Guillaume Bilodeau, Gwylim S. Blackburn, Mingming Cui, Michel Cusson, Daniel Doucet, Verena C. Griess, Valentine M.A. Lafond, Chelsea Nilausen, Gregory Paradis, Ilga Porth, Julien Prunier, Vivek Srivastava, Don Stewart, Alex S. Torson, Emilie Tremblay, Adnan Uzunovic, Denys Yemshanov and Richard C. Hamelin (2019)
Biosurveillance of forest insects: part II—adoption of genomic tools by end user communities and barriers to integration
Journal of Pest Science 92 (1), 71-82
Abstract: Early intervention, effective management, and regulations are essential to mitigate the potential negative impacts of invasive forest insects. Biosurveillance provides the necessary knowledge to inform management, and regulatory practices. Genomic approaches can contribute valuable information to this process. Unfortunately, adoption and incorporation of genomic tools into biosurveillance frameworks is not straightforward. To realize the full potential of genomic knowledge, researchers must work together with end users to ensure full adoption, standardization, validation, and interpretation of genomic results.
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