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Production of gram quantities of mosquito iridescent virus

Production of gram quantities of mosquito iridescent virus

Mosquito News 36(1): 84-90

ISSN/ISBN: 0027-142x

Methods are given that were used routinely for 2 years to produce up to 1g of purified regular mosquito iridescent virus (RMIV) per week from larvae of Aedes taeniorhynchus (Wied.). Achieving maximum net virus production with a minimum of manpower required effective transmission of the virus during exposure, minimal larval mortality both during exposure and during post-exposure rearing, and virus purification procedures that wasted a minimum of virus.

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