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The marker gene rol-6 and the green fluorescent protein (GFP) will be co-microinjected.
2004, "Selectable marker genes in transgenic plants: applications, alternatives and biosafety," J.
We found all the three marker genes were up-regulated by both neoeriocitrin and naringin treatment, and neoeriocitrin obviously had a higher activity.
Oxitec's pioneering technology produces a unique strain of the dengue mosquito (Aedes aegypti), which contains specific sterility and marker genes.
Relative expression of the marker genes was calculated by use of previously described delta-[C.
Perry Cregan, a geneticist at the ARS Soybean Genomics and Improvement Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland, provided Nielsen and Ritchie with marker genes to use to analyze mutation frequency.
Pseudotype viruses encode marker genes and bear foreign viral envelopes (22).
Scientists at the University of California, San Diego (UC San Diego) and the Moores UCSD Cancer Center say that their findings suggest that it is better to rely upon groups of interactive genes rather than test for individual marker genes or proteins to predict the aggressiveness of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL).
TEC further cultured in chondrogenic media exhibited positive alcian blue staining with elevated expression of chondrogenic marker genes.
The mouse ozone-sensitive marker genes encode toll-like receptor 4, an element involved in control of innate immunity; tumor necrosis factor alpha, a cytokine involved in a number of inflammatory diseases; and myeloperoxidase, an enzyme involved in phagocytic cells' responses to immune stimulation.
Marker genes nptII (neomycin/kanamycin phosphotransferase from Tn 5, a bacterial transposon) with terminator 3'ocs (from A.
Our ZFN process is simple, rapid and highly specific and does not require marker genes or the permanent insertion of foreign DNA.