The Baculoviruses by Lois K. MillerThe Baculoviruses by Lois K. Miller

The Baculoviruses

EditorLois K. Miller

Hardcover | July 31, 1997

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The past decade has witnessed an explosion of information on the molecular biology of insect viruses and a frenzy of activity in applying this information to medicine and agriculture. Genetically engineered baculoviruses are presently being tested for commercial use as pesticides, and the study of such viruses is also revealing remarkable insights into basic cellular processes such as apoptosis. This comprehensive volume provides readers with knowledge of basic and applied baculovirology so that current literature in the field can be appreciated.
Title:The BaculovirusesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:466 pagesPublished:July 31, 1997Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306456419

ISBN - 13:9780306456411

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Table of Contents

Introduction to the Baculoviruses; L.K. Miller. Baculovirus Structure; C.J. Funk, et al. Baculovirus Pathogenesis; B.A. Federici. Cytological Changes and Viral Morphogenesis During Baculovirus Infection; G.V. Williams, P. Faulkner. Baculovirus Genome Organiation and Evlution; R.D. Possee, G.F. Rohrmann. Regulation of Baculovirus Ealry Gene Expression; P.D. Friesen. Baculovirus DNA Replication; A. Lu, et al. Regulation of Baculovirus Late and Very Late Gene Expression; A. Lu, L.K. Miller. The Molecular Basis of Baculovirus Host Range; L.K. Miller, A. Lu. Regulation of Programmed Cell Death by Baculoviruses; R.J. Clem. Auxiliary Genes of Baculoviruses; D.R. O'Reilly. Baculovirus Ecology; J.S. Cory, et al. Commercialization of Baculovirus Insecticides; B.C. Black, et al. Baculovirus Expression Vectors; D.L. Jarvis. Index.

Editorial Reviews

`A new and timely addition to the series...the chapters are consistently uniform in their clear organization and excellent resource...students of virology and scientists with peripheral interests in baculoviruses will find it the best and most comprehensive current resource on baculovirus biology.' Trends in Microbiology, 6(2), February 1998 `Contains a great deal of information, helpfully assembled in a convenient format...Useful.' ASM News, 64(5), 1998