Insect cell culture and biotechnology

@article{Granados2007InsectCC,
  title={Insect cell culture and biotechnology},
  author={Robert R. Granados and Guoxun Li and Gary W. Blissard},
  journal={Virologica Sinica},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={83-93}
}
The continued development of new cell culture technology is essential for the future growth and application of insect cell and baculovirus biotechnology. The use of cell lines for academic research and for commercial applications is currently dominated by two cell lines; the Spodoptera frugiperda line, SF21 (and its clonal isolate, SF9), and the Trichoplusia ni line, BTI 5B1-4, commercially known as High Five cells. The long perceived prediction that the immense potential application of the… CONTINUE READING

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