hybrid plasmid

hybrid plasmid

[′plaz·mid]
(cell and molecular biology)
In recombinant deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) technology, any plasmid chimera containing inserted DNA sequences.
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Sequence analysis and characterization of a transferable hybrid plasmid encoding multidrug resistance and enabling zoonotic potential for extraintestinal Escherichia coli.
African Patient age, y patient name CNM4839/03 ([dagger]) No 3 H051860415 No 38 H070360201 ([double dagger]) Yes 35 H070420137 ([double dagger]) Yes 35 H073180204 Yes 34 H091340084 No 59 H091800482 Yes 30 H095100307 ([section]) Yes 68 H100240198 ([section]) Yes 68 FI101700366 ([section]) Yes 68 * All isolates contained a virulence-resistance hybrid plasmid similar to pUO-SeVR1.
This fragment is prepared from the pBR322-SV40 hybrid plasmid, in which the tetracycline-resistance gene between the HindIII and PvuII sites in the pBR322 is replaced with the SV40 PvuII-HindIII (map unit, 0.71-0.86) fragment that contains a single KpnI and HpaI site, the former of which provides the ends for poly(dT) tailing with TdT and the latter provides the digestion site for the removal of one poly(dT) tail from the plasmid DNA.
A scratch wound healing assay was conducted 96 h after A549 transfection with the hybrid plasmids which targeted PRMT1 and with an empty vector (without shRNA, the shControl group).

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