By Leslie A. Hickle, William L. Fitch
content material: Analytical chemistry of Bacillus thuringiensis : an outline / Leslie A. Hickle and William L. Fitch --
historic features of the quantification of the lively component percent for Bacillus thuringiensis items / George Tompkins, Reto Engler, Michael Mendelsohn, and Phillip Hutton --
Bioassay tools for quantification of Bacillus thuringiensis [delta]-endotoxin / Clayton C. Beegle --
Specificity of insecticidal crystal proteins : implications for commercial standardization / R. Milne, A.Z. Ge, D. Rivers, and D.H. Dean --
In vitro analyses of Bacillus thuringiensis [delta]-endotoxin motion / George E. Schwab and Paul Culver --
identity of entomocidal pollutants of Bacillus thuringiensis via high-performance liquid chromatography / Takashi Yamamoto --
Characterization of parasporal crystal pollutants of Bacillus thuringiensis Subspecies kurstaki lines HD-1 and NRD-12 : use of oligonucleotide probes and cyanogen bromide mapping / L. Masson, M. Bossé, G. Préfontaine, L. Péloquin, P.C.K. Lau, and R. Brousseau --
improvement of a high-performance liquid chromatography assay for Bacillus thuringiensis var. san diego [delta]-endotoxin / Leonard Wittwer, Denise Colburn, Leslie A. Hickle, and T.G. Sambandan --
Use of sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis to quantify Bacillus thuringiensis [delta]-endotoxins / Susan M. Brussock and Thomas C. Currier --
Quantitative immunoassay of insecticidal proteins in Bacillus thuringiensis items / R. Gene Groat, James W. Mattison, and Eric J. French --
The light-scattering characterization of [delta]-endotoxin creation in inclusion our bodies / Fritz S. Allen, Betty J.M. Hannoun, Tammy B. Hebner, and Kathryn Nette --
Quantification of Bacillus thuringiensis insect keep an eye on protein as expressed in transgenic crops / Roy L. Fuchs, Susan C. MacIntosh, Duff A. Dean, John T. Greenplate, Frederick J. Perlak, Jay C. Pershing, Pamela G. Marrone, and David A. Fischhoff --
High-performance liquid chromatography research of 2 [beta]-exotoxins produced by means of a few Bacillus thuringiensis traces / Barry L. Levinson.
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