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expression vector

[ik′spresh·ən ‚vek·tər]
(cell and molecular biology)
A cloning vector that promotes the expression of foreign gene inserts.
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This fragment was ligated into the EcoRI-XbaI restriction sites within the polylinker region of the lacZ expression vector pJY505 (Figure 2).
The bad expression vector (2 [micro]g) was co-transfected with pcDNA3.
The cells were also successfully tested for their ability to be stably transfected using expression vectors containing the MT-3 or MT-2A genes.
Cells were transfected with an expression vector containing the full-length human GR cDNA fused to GFP under the control of the cytomegalovirus promoter (19) (a generous gift from I.
1) The strongest mammalian gene expression vector set known to date, and 2) Single-use plastic bioreactors with a shear force-free novel oxygen transfer method.
Yeast cells were transformed using the lithium acetate method (37) either by the p2HG-hER expression vector and the pLGERE reporter plasmid, which contains one ERE linked to the lacZ gene, or by the empty p2HG vector with the same reporter plasmid.
OriGene has done a wonderful job in creating an outstanding collection of high quality cDNAs in a single expression vector," said Brian Seed, PhD, "We believe OriGene's FlagArray will be an extremely useful resource to help us accelerate our understanding of the function and role of genes in biology in a high throughput and systematic manner.
Isolated polynucleotide and polypeptide sequences are provided, along with an expression vector comprising the isolated polynucleotide, a host cell comprising the isolated polynucleotide, and a transgenic plant comprising the isolated polynucleotide.
OriGene has built the largest collection of human full-length kinase genes in a uniform expression vector, allowing researchers to express either a few or the entire collection of protein kinases in a given target cell line to study their roles in cancer development.
This year Invitrogen launched the BLOCK-iT(TM) pol II miR RNAi expression vector kits and services which combine the advantages of traditional RNAi vectors with capabilities for tissue specific expression and multiple target knockdown from the same transcript.
Specifically, it claims methods for in vivo delivery of a recombinant expression vector (DNA) or a pharmaceutical agent into tissue cells, and a method for the therapeutic application of electroporation to a patient to introduce macromolecules.