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Ao38, a new cell line from eggs of the black witch moth, Ascalapha odorata (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), is permissive for AcMNPV infection and produces high levels of recombinant proteins

By Yoshifumi Hashimoto, Sheng Zhang and Gary W Blissard
Topics: Methodology Article
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