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transgenic

(of an animal or plant) containing genetic material artificially transferred from another species
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In anticipation of regulatory scrutiny, it will be important for scientists to gather experimental information determining to what degree transgenic elements move across the graft junction in different plant species and different types of coding and noncoding genetic constructs.
Breeding inbred mice is easy," says Shinya Abe, business development officer of IBL Japan, a Gifu-based biotech company, "but successfully breeding and maintaining transgenic strains is challenging.
Parana state has already begun drafting a moratorium on the planting, sale and transport of transgenic crops through 2006.
For example, the probe for transgenic DNA covered only a tiny fraction of the entire construct.
In utero luciferase activity in transgenic embryos was induced dose dependently by DES and EP.
Today, only three countries--the United States, Canada and Argentina--commercially grow transgenic soybeans.
A model should consider such things as the number of transgenic drug products a TM is developing, the stage of development of those products (including an assessment of any available information related to the likelihood of success of the products and an estimate of when the products will reach the market), the company's burn rate (when developing transgenic product lines), the company's cash on hand and/or access to capital (including partnerships or strategic alliances), the company's ability to purify proteins and produce clinical grade material, its regulatory capability, its ability to market and distribute the transgenic versions of drug products, etc.
The HLA class II transgenic mouse was shown to be an excellent model for studying the genetic and molecular basis of allergic hyperresponsiveness because, like humans, this mouse strain develops pulmonary eosinophilia, lung tissue damage, and airway hyperreactivity upon exposure to allergens.
and his colleagues have developed transgenic mice that produce human growth hormone in their bladders.
announced today that they have entered into a strategic collaboration to develop selected recombinant plasma proteins and monoclonal antibodies using GTC's transgenic production platform.
The Annual Global Review of Commercialized Transgenic (GM) Crops, conducted by Dr.