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transgenic

(of an animal or plant) containing genetic material artificially transferred from another species
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The era of transgenic animals began in 1974 when Rudolf Jaenisch managed to insert DNA into mice embryos and obtained the first genetically modified animal (1).
OmniAb includes three transgenic animal platforms for producing mono- and bispecific human therapeutic antibodies.
[1.] Pinkert CA, Irwin MH, Moffatt RJ (1995) Transgenic animal modelling.
The company developed transgenic animals as an alternative to traditional biologics manufacturing.
Researchers used a virus to generate transgenic animals - a foreign gene that has been deliberately inserted into the genome - on the male germ line.
The recent advances in biotechnology technologies in reproduction included production of transgenic animals and cloning (Smidt and Niemann, 1999).
Transgenic Animals. A transgenic animal is defined by having a genetic material from another species added to its genome.
Bok's career achievements include producing, characterizing, and using transgenic animal models to understand the molecular mechanisms underlying inherited retinal diseases, as well as developing modes of treatment for these diseases.
The invention relates generally to the gene (hGC-1), nucleic acids, cDNA, vectors, polypeptides, protein, antibodies, cells, transgenic animal, and other compositions related to hGC-1.
Whereas the previous Bio-GMP guideline did not include detailed requirements for specific classes of biological products, the new guide includes in section B specific guidance on: allergen products, animal immunosera products, vaccines, recombinant products, monoclonal antibody products, gene therapy products, somatic and xenogeneic cell therapy products, transgenic animal products and transgenic plan products.
Under the agreement, Baxter will grant to Mayo its specially designed transgenic animal and xenotransplantation research center, a state-of-the-art facility designed to meet all good manufacturing practices of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).