Insect Viruses: Volume 68

Insect Viruses: Volume 68 : Biotechnological Applications

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Baculoviruses are perhaps unique among viruses in the breadth of their biotechnological applications: these insect specific viruses are used not only for insect pest management purposes, but also as laboratory research tools for production of recombinant proteins and for protein display, and as potential vectors for human gene therapy. In addition to highlighting recent advances, this volume provides a comprehensive review of the biotechnological applications of these and other insect viruses in both the academic and private sectors.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 552 pages
  • 154.9 x 231.1 x 30.5mm | 884.52g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • Illustrated; Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0120398680
  • 9780120398683

Table of contents

Insect Viruses As Laboratory Research Tools

Milestones Leading to the Genetic Engineering of Baculoviruses as Expression Vector Systems and Viral Pesticides

Polydnavirus Genes that Enhance the Baculovirus Expression Vector System

Baculovirus Display: A Multifunctional Technology for Gene Delivery and Eukaryotic Library Development

Stably Transformed Insect Cell Lines: Tools for Expression of Secreted and Membrane-anchored Proteins and High-throughput Screening Platforms for Drug and Insecticide Discovery

Applications To Human And Animal Health

Protein N-Glycosylation in the Baculovirus-Insect Cell Expression System and Engineering of Insect Cells to Produce "Mammalianized" Recombinant Glycoproteins

Vaccines for Viral and Parasitic Diseases Produced with Baculovirus Vectors

Baculoviruses and Mammalian Cell-based Assays for Drug Screening

Baculovirus Vectors for Gene Therapy

Insect Pest Management

Genetically Modified Baculoviruses: A Historical Overview and Future Outlook

Densoviruses for Control and Genetic Manipulation of Mosquitoes

Potential Uses of Cys-Motif and Other Polydnavirus Genes in Biotechnology

Virus-Derived Genes for Insect-Resistant Transgenic Plants

Small RNA Viruses of Insects: Expression in Plants and RNA Silencing
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