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Invertebrate Cell Culture Novel Directions and Biotechnology Applications

By: Karl Maramorosch and Jun Mitsuhashi
Invertebrate Cell Culture
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  • Invertebrate Cell Culture ISBN: 9781578080113 Hardback Dec 1997 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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&i;`The large body of information brings into sharp focus the significant achievements accomplished recently in laboratories in Africa, America, Europe and Asia. The information in this book will be of value for many years to those who desire an overview of the state of the art.'&o; Society of Invertebrate Pathology, Vol. 30, No. 1

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Novel developments in insect cell culture; physiology of cultured insect cells; action of physiologically active substances on cultured insect cells; advances in culture technologies; replication of insect viruses in insect cell cultures; development of biopesticides and assessment of their safety; protein production by means of baculovirus expression vectors; marine invertebrate tissue culture; culture of endoparasites in vitro.

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By: Karl Maramorosch and Jun Mitsuhashi
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