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recombinant

Genetics
1. produced by the combining of genetic material from more than one origin
2. a chromosome, cell, organism, etc., the genetic makeup of which results from recombination

recombinant

[rē′käm·bə·nənt]
(genetics)
Any new cell, individual, or molecule that is produced in the laboratory by recombinant deoxyribonucleic acid technology or that arises naturally as a result of recombination.
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It means the parent species (CLCuMuV) and the recombinant strain (Burewala strain) both are prevailing in the fields in one growing season.
Study of the dynamics of growth and accumulation of proteolytic activity of metalloproteinases of the recombinant strain B.
2005, "Designing a new Recombinant strain with additional copy number to enhance biodesulfurization activity in Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC9027," .
thuringiensis strain that contains the gene for the Cyt2Ca1 toxin, while recombinant strain B-21583 originally was a Cry [sup.
These recombinant strains were: CH3-2 (formed by addition of cellulose binding domain, CBD), 13-1 (formed by point mutation), D2-9-3 (formed by deletion of ChBD), and D2-9-4 (also formed by deletion of ChBD).
This recombinant strain had a nonvaccine serotype and an antimicrobial drug resistance pattern that favored its spread in the United States.
Analyses of the complete genome sequences led us to identify the first sapovirus intergenogroup recombinant strain.
One recombinant strain closely related to Saitama U1 and 2 strains closely related to Mc37 have also recently been reported (13).
Vaccination against anthrax with attenuated recombinant strains of Bacillus anthracis that produce protective antigen.
coli DH5[alpha] was selected as the host for construction of recombinant strains (Table 1).
Industrial mutants and recombinant strains of Trichoderma reesei, In Trichoderma & Gliocladium, Vol.
bulgaricus for yogurt manufacture, the exopolysaccharide overproduction of recombinant strains is not significant.

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