Tn5406, a New Staphylococcal Transposon
Conferring Resistance to Streptogramin A and Related Compounds Including Dalfopristin.
Hay evidencia de que en Venezuela la expansion del gen blaKPC-2 se produce a traves de la dispersion del transposon
Tn4401b, que se localiza generalmente en plasmidos conjugativos.
This is, however, not uncommon with various DNA transposons
and LTR retrotransposons locating in both promoter and coding regions of genes.
display for active DNA transposons
Construction of a Vibrio cholerae vaccine candidate using Transposon
delivery and FLP recombinase-mediated excision.
Dichas cepas tenian Concentraciones Inhibitorias Minimas (CIMs) a vancomicina de 1024 y 32 mg/ml y adquirieron el transposon
Tni546 a partir de una cepa de enterococos resistente a vancomicina (EVR) coexistente (12).
mutant (FM13) deficient in phenazine production were obtained following transposon
mutagenesis of PNA1 (Schnider et a1.
Unlike piggyBac or other transposons
, the JcDNV vector enters only the somatic, or body, cells--not the germline, or reproductive, cells--so the next generation will not inherit the genes.
director of the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center for Transposon
Research, and associate head of the Department of Genetics, Cell Biology, and Development at the University of Minnesota, along with co-inventors Aidas Nasevicius, Ph.
Using a technique (global transposon
mutagenesis) pioneered by Clyde Hutchinson in 1990s, Venter's group ascertained that only a core set of 265 to 350 genes is needed in this organism to sustain life.
The results of a study of the patterns of a certain type of genomic change, called transposon
insertions, among thirteen vertebrate species supported an earlier proposal of evolutionary trees showing that primates (human, chimpanzee, baboon) are more closely related to rodents like the mouse and rat than to carnivores like the cat and dog or artiodactyls like the cow and pig.
The original ESR1 auxotrophs were created by transposon
mutagenesis and assigned inferred genotypes based on their ability to grow on certain metabolic intermediates.