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cloning vector

[′klōn·iŋ ‚vek·tər]
(cell and molecular biology)
A carrier, such as a bacterial plasmid or bacteriophage, used to insert a genetic sequence, such as a deoxyribonucleic acid fragment or a complete gene, into a host cell such that the foreign genetic material is capable of replication.
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asburiae MS7 followed by ligation of DNA fragments into the BamHI-site of cloning vector pGB2 (32).
As indicated above, the minority judgment holds that the use of the patented gene, vectors, and cells should be limited to their use in creating cloning vectors and transgenic plant cells in a laboratory setting.
Application of the knowledge generated from this fundamental genetic research is being implemented toward the construction of more sophisticated food-grade cloning vectors.
Davis created some of the earliest cloning vectors, DNA molecules that carry foreign DNA into a host cell where it can be replicated.
After he moved to Stanford in 1972, Davis created some of the earliest cloning vectors - DNA molecules that carry foreign DNA into a host cell, where the foreign DNA can then be replicated.
This broad patent incorporates the DNA sequence of CtIP and altered forms of the gene as well as cloning vectors, expression systems and recombinant host cells, which are useful for producing protein.
These novel products are designed to serve scientists working in the human genome project, the development of gene therapy technologies, scientists exploring genomic diversity, defining gene function and other areas of molecular biology where expression systems, cloning vectors and related research tools are required.
These novel products are designed to serve scientists working in the human genome project, the development of biologicals, scientists exploring genomic diversity, defining gene function and other areas of molecular biology where expression systems, cloning vectors and related research tools are required.
The patent covers the composition of matter of the 5' end of the p16 gene, DNA primers for the gene, probes, cloning vectors and recombinant host cells and their use in the development of therapeutic and diagnostic approaches to cancer.
Also covered under Myriad's MTS1 patent are cloning vectors containing mutated MTS1 DNA and an expression system comprising these mutated DNAs, as well as recombinant host cells transformed with these vectors.
These include a site directed mutagenesis kit (patented), a unique human cell expression system, as well as several other novel products designed to serve researchers working in the human genome project, the development of biologicals, and other areas of molecular biology where expression systems, cloning vectors, enzymes, and related research tools are required.
NASDAQ: EECN) today announced that it will receive new European and Australian patents for several specialized cloning vectors used to manipulate insecticidal protein genes in Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt).