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Arthropod vectors serve as native reservoirs and transmitters of hundreds of ar- boviruses. In arthropod vectors, symbiotic microorganisms residing in the gut lumen and/or hemocoelic tissues maintain complicated relationships with their host and inﬂuence multiple aspects of vector physiology. Recently, accumulat- ing evidence has established an important role for symbiotic microorganisms in vector–virus interactions which could potentially be used to control viral trans- mission. Herein, we review recent progress on symbiotic microbe–arbovirus in- teractions and summarize the molecular mechanisms by which commensal microbes act on hosts and arboviruses. Understanding the sophisticated inter- actions among arthropod vectors, microbiota, and arboviruses may offer new strategies for the prevention of arboviral diseases in the future.
Chunhong Yin,Peng Sun
Chunhong Yin,Peng Sun,Xi Yu,Penghua Wang,Gong Cheng