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OB stands for occlusion bodies

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752 florida entomologist 95(3) september 2012 mortality and production of occlusion bodies in spodoptera frugiperda larvae (lepidoptera: noctuidae) treated...
59 FR - Polyhedral Occlusion Bodies of Autographa Californica Nuclear Polyhedrosis Virus; Exemption from the Requirement of a Tolerance
Amount of occlusion bodies (OBs) produced per gram of dead larvae infected with AgMNPV and vAgp2100Cf.chiA/v-cath.A. gemmatalis larvae (3rd instar) were infecte
LINK / CITE ADD TO WORD LIST. occlusion-body. Noun (plural occlusion bodies) (virology) A crystalline protein matrix which occludes the nucleocapsid in some viruses.
Gypsy moth virus life cycle: viral occlusion bodies (OB) (A) dissolve in the insect's gut liberating nonoccluded virus (NOV) that enters the midgut (B) and...
Free-living pathogens: Life-history constraints and strain competition Thomas Caraco, Ing-Nang Wang; occlusion bodies are small and usually contain only a single
Baculovirus Expert Needed (Occlusion bodies) - Can proteins become stuck in occlusion bodies in baculovirus? (Jan/12/2011 )
752 florida entomologist 95(3) september 2012 mortality and production of occlusion bodies in spodoptera frugiperda larvae (lepidoptera: noctuidae) treated with
title: simplified and rapid method for the extraction of dna from baculovirus occlusion bodies authors
Polyhedrin sequence determines the tetrahedral shape of occlusion bodies in Thysanoplusia orichalcea single- nucleocapsid nucleopolyhedrovirus
Expression of foreign epitopes on recombinant occlusion bodies of baculoviruses J.H. McLinden*t V.A. Ploplis*$, M.J. Fraser* and E.D. Rosen** Recombinant...
The virus exits the host cell by nuclear pore export, and existing in occlusion bodies after cell death and remaining infectious until finding another host.
yield of occlusion bodies from forest tent caterpillar (lepidoptera: lasiocampidae) larvae infected with a nuclear polyhedrosis virus p.m. ebling and w.j. kaupp...
Figure 5: Occlusion bodies assembling and morphology analysis of Ha83KO and HaWT. (A) TEM analyses of HzAM1 cells transfected with Ha83KO and HaWT DNA.
Genome Sequence of a Bombyx mori Nucleopolyhedrovirus Strain with Cubic Occlusion Bodies Ruo-Lin Cheng, Yi-Peng Xu, and Chuan-Xi Zhang...
The described recombinant bacillovirus serves to encode fusion polyhedrin protein capable of forming occlusion bodies containing foreign peptides.
Polyhedral occlusion bodies (OBs) of the nuclear polyhedrosis virus of Autographa californica (alfalfa looper) - Identification, toxicity, use, water pollution...
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Mortality and Production of Occlusion Bodies in Spodoptera Frugiperda Larvae (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Treated with Nucleopolyhedrovirus
40 CFR 180.1148 - Occlusion Bodies of the Granulosis Virus of Cydia pomenella; tolerance exemption.
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Specificity of polyhedrin in the generation of baculovirus occlusion bodies. Added by. Just Vlak. Just Vlak hasn't uploaded this paper.
Polyhedrin/Granulin. Polyhedrin and granulin are closely related and are the major structural components of occlusion bodies (polyhedrin in NPVs and granulin in GVs).
These insect viruses become active only after susceptible larvae ingest the occlusion bodies. In the larval gut, the protein overcoat quickly disintegrates, and the...
occlusion bodies. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search. English Noun. occlusion bodies. plural of occlusion body...
The present invention is directed to recombinant baculoviruses which encode fusion polyhedrin proteins capable of forming occlusion bodies containing foreign peptides.
The influence of the conditions of infection on the yield of occlusion bodies (OBs) of the Anticarsia gemmatalis multiple nucleopolyhedrovirus (AgMNPV), produce
Polyhedral occlusion bodies (OB's) of the nuclear polyhedrosis virus of Helicoverpa zea (corn earworm) - Identification, toxicity, use, water pollution potential...
Occlusion bodies. Occlusion bodies are protein lattices that protect infectious particles after release into the environment. This strategy is mostly used by insect...
Key Phrase page for occlusion bodies: Books containing the phrase occlusion bodies
LINK / CITE ADD TO WORD LIST. occlusion-bodies. Noun. plural form of occlusion body
OB,Occlusion Body,occlusion bodies. Occlusion Body - OB. Publications: 316 | Citation Count: 2,290. Stemming Variations: occlusion bodies.