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Using specific primers, not only target larvae, but also vectors for baculovirus transfer - invertebrate and bird predators can be quickly analysed. For strictly quantitative assays, real-time PCR is a method of choice. The equipment required – light cyclers, are relatively expensive, but their prices decrease very quickly. The in vitro production is still a strong requirement on a commercial perspective of baculoviruses use as insecticides. However the accumulation of genotypic variations by serial passage in cell culture prevents its large scale production.

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