Baculovirus Molecular Biology
by George F Rohrmann
Publisher: Bethesda 2011
This book is based on a project to completely annotate what is known about the function of the 150 genes encoded by the genome of the most commonly investigated baculovirus, AcMNPV. Once the annotation was completed, the material was organized into a series of chapters integrating the role of the gene products in the biology of major processes central to the replication and pathology of baculoviruses.
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