transposase

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trans·pos·ase

(trans-pōz'ās),
An enzyme that is required for transposition of DNA segments.
[L. trans-pono, pp. trans-positum, to set across, transfer, + -ase]

trans·pos·ase

(trans-pōz'ās)
An enzyme that is required for transposition of DNA segments.
[L. trans-pono, pp. trans-positum, to set across, transfer, + -ase]
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In particular, they integrated a promoter-less 3-cistron ethanol production cassette in random positions of the strain of interest via a mini-Tn5 cassette (transpososome), relying on the random placement of the cassette under the control of promoters with optimal strength in the optimal genomic position.