A novel synthetic Cry1Ab gene resists rice insect pests
“A novel synthetic Cry1Ab gene resists rice insect pests”, vol. 13, pp. 2394-2408, 2014.,
A few insect control genes of Bacillus thuringiensis have been modified successfully to increase the expression in plants by replacing rare codons, increasing GC content, and avoiding the DNA elements that could cause premature transcription termination, mRNA instability, and potential methylation. However, the modification process was intricate and often confused researchers.