baculovirus


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baculovirus

(ˈbækjʊləʊˌvaɪrəs)
n
any of a family of viruses that attack insects and other arthropods, used as biological pesticides
Translations
Baculovirus
bakulovirus
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His extensive AAV experience incudes translating both mammalian and baculovirus AAV systems into clinical trials.
BlueSk/s focus is bacterial and baculovirus systems, complementary molecular biology platforms and assay services.
In mammalian cells, this vector, based on a baculovirus, drives strong and exclusive expression of the gene encoding the fluorescent biosensor.
The baculovirus particles were obtuse at both ends, with a length of 83-201 nm and a width of 32-48 nm (Fig.
Development of an enzyme-linked immunoelectrotransfer blot (EITB) assay using two baculovirus expressed recombinant antigens for diagnosis of Taenia solium taeniasis.
Using deleted mutant of NPPRV expressed in baculovirus system amino acid sequence of NPPRV between 1-420 was found responsible for inducing immune suppression.
To overcome some of these problems, eukaryotic expression systems such as yeast and baculovirus in insect cells have been used [16].
Clearly, there are other viral genomes that can serve as vaccine vectors such as adenovirus, poxvirus, and baculovirus. These have all been tested as delivery vehicles for exogenous antigens that had been previously expressed in PRV vectors.
Instead, Flublok's manufacturer, Protein Sciences of Meriden, Conn., uses the expression system of baculovirus (an insect virus) and recombinant DNA.
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