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Construction of the genetically engineered microorganism of B.t. MP-342IC-15



Construction of the genetically engineered microorganism of B.t. MP-342IC-15



Journal of Northeast Forestry University 29(1): 133-137



B.t. (Bacillus thuringiensis) MP-342 strain was transformed with the gene of Cry1Ca, which was toxic to Spodoptera exigua, and the genetically engineered microorganism of B.t. MP-342IC-15 was constructed. MP-342IC-15 expressed as 135kD (Cry1Ca) and 133kD (Cry1Ac) insecticide crystal protein.

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