biolistics

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The injection of DNA of interest directly into organelles by firing nucleic acid-coated 1-µm tungsten microprojectiles from a specially modified air gun into host cells

biolistics

a method of introducing DNA into target cells by firing microprojectiles coated with the DNA at them.
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Some genetic manipulations have been carried out with biolistic but at low efficiencies (0.03-0.9 %) (Russell, Wallace, Bathe, Martinell, & McCabe, 1993; Aragao et al., 1996; Vianna et al., 2004).
Biolistic genetic transformation of a wide range of chinese elite wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) varieties.
Mouse C2C12 myoblast cells will be damaged using a biolistic gene gun with silica particles ranging from the nanometer to micrometer size range, propelled using helium gas at 1100 pounds per square inch.
These DNA-coated gold particles were bombarded into rice calli or leaves using PDS 1000-He Biolistic particle delivery system at 1100 Psi pressure and 26 inch Hg vacuum at 6 cm optimized target distance.
The global transfection technologies market segmentation is based on transfection methods (instrument based method, electroporation, biolistic technology, microinjection, laserfection, reagent based method, lipid mediated transfection, calcium phosphate, catonic polymers, DEAE-dextran, activated dendrimers, magnetic beads, virus based method), and its applications (biomedical research, transgenic models, cancer research, gene and protein expression studies, cell based microarrays for drug discovery and development, therapeutic delivery, biotherapeutics, electro-chemotherapy and electro-immunotherapy, protein production).
Most genetically modified plants are generated by the biolistic method (particle gun) or by Agrobacterium tumefaciens mediated transformation.