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From: Baculovirus-mediated gene transfer in butterfly wings in vivo: an efficient expression system with an anti-gp64 antibody

Figure 3

Effects of the anti-gp64 antibody. Baculovirus vector was used at 2 × 104 pfu/mL . (A) Percentages of GFP-positive individuals and eclosed individuals at various antibody volumes. The antibody treatment was performed 18–24 hours post-infection. (B) Percentages of GFP-positive individuals and eclosed individuals at various time points of antibody treatment (6 hours, 24 hours, and 48 hours post-infection). The antibody volume used was 2.0 μL. (C) Degrees of GFP fluorescence (GI, GII, and GIII) in GFP-positive individuals. The left panel shows the results of various antibody volumes 18–24 hours post-infection, and the right panel shows the results of various treatment times using 2.0 μL antibody.

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