Published in Medicine and Law Weekly, January 14th, 2005
"B. mori (Shunrei x Shogetsu) is sensitive to Cry1Aa and resistant to Crv1Ac, both insecticidal proteins of B. thuringiensis," reported T. Hayakawa and colleagues, Niigata University.
"Cry1Aa passed through the peritrophic membrane (PM) much faster (0.37 mcg/mm2 PM/h) than Cry1Ac (0.05 mcg/mm2 PM/h) during the initial observation period. Both Cry1Aa and Cry1Ac bound to the PM but only the binding of Cry1Ac was specifically...
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