Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Jul 31, , Suzanne M. Thiem and others published Baculovirus Molecular Biology, second ed., George F. we examine the molecular evolution of baculoviruses and Blissard GW, Rohrmann GF. Baculovirus diversity and molecular biology. Baculoviruses have been exploited for the over expression of foreign gene in investigations of baculovirus molecular biology has been the development of . Vanarsdall, A.L., Pearson, M.N. and Rohrmann, G.F. () Characterization of.
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This is the third edition of a book that was initiated with the annotation of the function of all the genes in the most commonly studied baculovirus, AcMNPV. The second bacluovirus third editions involved the update of this information and its integration into chapters covering the major processes central to the replication and pathology of baculoviruses.
Baculovirus Molecular Biology
Topics including taxonomy, the application of baculoviruses as insecticides, the molecular basis for the remarkable ability of these viruses to express genes at high levels, and the interrelationships of baculovirus and transposable elements are also covered.
The third edition also contains information on the development of bacmid technology.
The chapters include 46 figures and 13 tables, all available for download. Except where otherwise indicated, this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.
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