cytogene


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Related to cytogene: chromosome band

plas·ma·gene

(plaz'mă-jēn),
A determinant of an inherited character located in the cytoplasm.
Synonym(s): cytogene
[plasma + gene]

cytogene

[sī′təjēn]
Etymology: Gk, kytos + genein, to produce
a self-replicating particle within the cytoplasm of a cell that is derived from genes in the nucleus and is capable of transmitting hereditary information.

cytogene

A nonspecific, older term referring to a self-replicating fragment of DNA or chromosome located in the cytoplasm.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
were found active against Listeriamono cytogenes in the production of Ostrich meat salami (Akbar et al.
An outbreak of gastroenteritis and fever due to Listeria mono cytogenes in milk.
mono- moniae moniae cytogenes cytogenes silvestre F 1 silvestre F 1 Ampicilina S R S R Ampicilina /sulbactam S S/R S S Penicilina S I/R S S Oxacilina S R S/R S/R Cefalosporina de primera generacion S S/R R R Clindamicina S S/R S S Eritromicina S S/R S S Gentamicina R R S S Tetracilina S S/R S S T- sulfametoxazol S S/R S R Vancomicina S S S S Bacteria Mecanismo de resistencia /observaciones Enterococcus faecalis Resistencia a macrolidos debida a metilasa codificada por el gen erm Fen MLS o por flujo activo o por gen mef E.