Reviews of methods for Drosophila cell lines

  • Cherbas, L., R.E. Moss, and P. Cherbas. 1994. Transformation techniques for Drosophila cell culture. Chapter 9 (pp. 161-179) in Drosophila melanogaster: Practical uses in Cell and Molecular Biology (Methods in Cell Biology, Vol. 44), L. Goldstein and E. Fyrberg, eds., Academic Press, San Diego.
  • Cherbas, L., and P. Cherbas. 1998. Cell culture. Chapter 10 (pp. 319-346) in Drosophila: A practical approach, D.B. Roberts, ed., Oxford University Press.
  • Cherbas, L., and P. Cherbas. 2000. Drosophila cell culture and transformation. Chapter 20 in Drosophila: A Laboratory Manual, 2nd ed., W. Sullivan, M. Ashburner, and R.S. Hawley, eds., Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
  • Cherbas, L., and P. Cherbas. 2007. Transformation of Drosophila cell lines: An alternative approach to exogenous protein expression. Ch. 16 in Baculovirus Expression Protocols, 2nd ed. D. Murhammer, ed., Humana Press.
  • Baum, B. and Cherbas, L. 2008. Drosophila cell lines as model systems and as an experimental tool. Chapter 25 in Drosophila: Methods and Protocols, C. Dahman, ed., Humana Press, Totowa, NJ.
  • Cherbas, L. and Gong, L. 2014. Cell lines. Methods 68: 74-81.
  • Luhur A, Klueg KM, Zelhof AC. 2018. Generating and working with Drosophila cell cultures: Current challenges and opportunities. Wiley Interdiscip Rev Dev Biol. 2019 May;8(3):e339. doi: 10.1002/wdev.339. Epub 2018 Dec 18. Review.
  • Luhur, A., Klueg, K. M., Roberts, J., Zelhof, A. C. 2019. Thawing, Culturing, and Cryopreserving Drosophila Cell Lines J. Vis. Exp. (146), e59459, doi:10.3791/59459

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