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On the identification of baculoviruses by inclusion body protein

Voprosy Virusologii 32(4): 502-506

On the identification of baculoviruses by inclusion body protein

The physico-chemical characteristics of the polyhedrin proteins and granule proteins of baculoviruses were studied in Agrotis segetum and Amathes c-nigrum. Baculoviruses are used in the biological control of moths. The aminoacid composition of inclusion body proteins was also studied in the nuclear polyhedrosis and granulosis virus. The peptide mapping of tryptic hydrolysates may be used to identify baculoviruses, based on inclusion body proteins. It can also be used to control the technological process for insecticide production, and to obtain pure virus strains used in genetic engineering.

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