gene library


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gene library

[′jēn ‚lī·brēr·ē]
(genetics)
A random collection of cloned deoxyribonucleic acid fragments in a vector; includes all the genetic information of the species. Also known as gene bank.
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NetGene, its proprietary gene library currently contains over 90,000 sequences of 5 prime sequence tags of human full-length cDNA clones.
The Company uses its proprietary gene knock-out technology to create a mutational gene library in the zebrafish for research to support its internal drug development program.
PanGenex has generated a gene library of over 50,000 gene sequences and vectors that enable efficient production of gene expression reporters and gene knockouts in human cells.
Dharmacon plans to make the siRNA reagents from this public gene library commercially available to other customers as they are developed.
Sloning will use its Slonomics[TM] industrial scale gene synthesis technology to provide a gene library with a full set of ratio-controlled mutants.
Among the assets acquired is the GeneGin Cloning System which is a novel, automated, high throughput, full-length gene cloning technology that employs a patented and proprietary method to rapidly isolate and clone full-length cDNA genes without using conventional gene library screening techniques.