recombinant vector

re·com·bi·nant vec·tor

a vector into which a foreign DNA has been inserted.
Synonym(s): vector (5)

re·com·bi·nant vec·tor

(rē-kom'bi-nănt vek'tŏr)
A vector into which foreign DNA has been inserted.
Synonym(s): vector (5) .

re·com·bi·nant vec·tor

(rē-kom'bi-nănt vek'tŏr)
A vector into which foreign DNA has been inserted.
Synonym(s): vector (5) .
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The recombinant vector was transformed into Escherichia coli and eight positive clones were verified by enzyme digestion.
coli transformed with the pET28a(+) plasmid or the pET28a(+)-PtCacyBP recombinant vector in response to different salinity challenges.
Accuracy of the recombinant vector gene sequence and recombinant adeno-associated virus vector infection
This recombinant vector is suitable for further analyses to investigate the expression of the phytase gene along with the EGFP transgene.
coli carrying the recombinant vector were cultured overnight and used for miniprep analysis.
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For the SW clone, the 267-bp DNA fragment corresponding to the second rhuIFN[alpha]2 wild-type fragment was cut with BglII and inserted into the pGEX4T1/SynrhuIFN[alpha]2a synthetic full-length recombinant vector (P2 vector) cut with the same restriction enzyme.
28 difference ([DELTA][DELTA]CP) (a) Clones containing recombinant vector ([H.
Wyeth Holdings Corporation (Madison, NJ) has patented a process for extracting gram-negative integral membrane proteins from bacteria or bacterial host cells containing a recombinant vector by differential detergent tangential flow diafiltration.
To eradicate AI, the vaccination system must allow the detection of field exposure in a vaccinated flock, which can be achieved by using conventional inactivated vaccines and recombinant vector vaccines.
This has resulted in the introduction of new technologies such as DNA vaccine preparation, T-cell receptor peptide vaccine preparation, recombinant vector vaccine preparation, and immunogenic inactivated cell culture vaccine preparation.

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