Monthly Archives: June 2017

Our paper describing transgenic Lucilia cuprina larval sexing strains is now published

Insect sexing strains that produce only males under certain conditions are highly advantageous¬†for genetic control programs. If larval diet is a major cost for a mass rearing factory it is desirable if female insects die at early stages of development. … Continue reading

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