Establishment and characterization of insect cell lines from 10 lepidopteran species

@article{Goodman2007EstablishmentAC,
  title={Establishment and characterization of insect cell lines from 10 lepidopteran species},
  author={Cynthia L. Goodman and G. E. M. Sayed and Arthur H. Mcintosh and James J. Grasela and Brad Stiles},
  journal={In Vitro Cellular \& Developmental Biology - Animal},
  year={2007},
  volume={37},
  pages={367-373}
}
SummaryCell lines from selected lepidopteran species were established for the overall purpose of use in baculovirus production. A total of 36 new cell lines from 10 lepidopteran species were generated, including cell lines from a pyralid, the European corn borer,Ostrinia nubilalis, a plutellid, the diamondback moth,Plutella xylostella, as well as eight noctuids: the black cutworm,Agrotis ipsilon, the celery looper,Anagrapha falcifera, the velvetbean caterpillar,Anticarsia gemmatalis, the corn… 
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