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MUTATION, French law. This term is synonymous with change, and is particularly applied to designate the change which takes place in the property of a thing in its transmission from one person to another; permutation therefore happens when, the owner of the thing sells, exchanges or gives it. It is nearly synonymous with transfer. (q.v.) Merl. Repert. h.t.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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We thank Surangrat Srisuratanon for her assistance, Petra Hirsch for critically reviewing the manuscript, and Roche Diagnostics, Thailand, for providing mutagenesis primers and a plasmid purification kit.
Keywords: Cell-directed mutagenesis; Darwinism; gene; directed panspermia; evolutionary tree; mutationism, natural selection; neutral theory; organic evolution; origin of life; phyletic gradualism; neo-Darwinism; species; punctuated equilibrium; synthetic theory; genome; biochip; Darwinism; last universal common ancestor; organic evolution; ruh; natural computer biosystem; natural software engineering; synthetic theory; phylogenetic software differentiation; primordial biochip; transposable elements; programmed organic evolution.
PCR amplification was stable and specific despite the introduction of up to three mismatches in the mutagenesis reverse primers.
Palabras clave: Costa Rica, mutagenesis ambiental, plaguicidas, monitoreo poblacional, toxicologia.
Chromosome damage can be an indicator of exposure to potential carcinogenic substances, according to a study published in Mutagenesis (2003;18:371-376).
Site directed mutagenesis in Helix III, an anchoring helix, was used to substitute charged amino acids for hydrophobic ones in positions 85, 86 and 87.
We describe a method for transposon-mediated reporter gene mutagenesis which creates transcriptional fusions of S.
of California, Berkeley, for a potato functional genomics project to a $140,612 one-year award to Rutgers Univ., Newark, N.J., to study localized mutagenesis from maize transgenic lines.
A mutagenesis was conducted to the wildtype strain of C.
(2 5) Mutagenesis resulting from radiation therapy could theoretically explain the development of a second neoplasm within a short interval.
Analysis of the three-dimensional structure, together with results from site-directed mutagenesis and biochemical and immunological studies, suggest that the core of the [beta]-barrel plays an important functional role.