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syn·ge·ne·ic

(sin'jĕ-nē'ik),
Relating to genetically identical individuals.
[G. syngenēs, congenital]

isogenic

Pertaining to individuals who are genetically alike, such as identical twins or closely inbred animals. Isogenic individuals are ideal donors to each other of organs for transplantation.

isogenic

having an identical set of genes.
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Hypothetically, the patient might initially have inhaled isogenic isolates with and without [TR.sub.120], the resistant one being undetected.
Since then, other groups studying cardiovascular diseases used genome editing to create isogenic lines in order to eliminate any potential confounders [12-15].
In these tests, the term "lines" were assigned to each Aline in the analysis of single cross hybrids, and to the non isogenic AxB crosses in the three-way hybrids.
Am, adenocarcinoma with mutation; Awt, wild-type adenocarcinoma; Om, osteosarcoma with mutation; Owti, isogenic wild-type osteosarcoma.
In the present study, we observed that all silages showed dry matter degradation rates above 2%, but the line needs longer time in the rumen to reach its maximum degradation Comparing the isogenic lines, the highest value of indigestible fraction (Fi) was registered for silage of CMS-XS 114 (35.74%) with tannin and the lowest value for CMS-XS 165 (27.37%) without tannin.
Total 80 RAPD primers were screened for the study of molecular characterization of bacterial leaf blight resistant near isogenic lines of rice along with recurrent parents and susceptible check cultivars; out of which, 29 primers were polymorphic.
The development of near isogenic lines (NILs) and molecular markers has provided the essential tools for understanding pathogen diversity and population structures that form the basis of developing disease resistant varieties.
Specific topics covered include transcriptome analysis of drought tolerant near isogenic lines, forage crop improvement and gene expression networks (GEN) in crops.
The acquisition brings the cHTS platform and Chalice analytics software for screening and analysis of complementary drug combinations to the buyer's Genesis gene editing platform and X-MAN isogenic cell line technology, enabling the firm to offer services such as novel phenotypic cell-based screens with compound siRNA, shRNA and sgRNA libraries, Horizon said.
However, the amount of exopolysaccharide produced did not differ from the amount found in yogurts produced using an isogenic starter culture that included the parent S.
The Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains used in this study are YPH250 (wild type: MATa trp1-[DELTA]1 his3-[DELTA]200 lys2-801 leu2-[DELTA]1 ade2-101 ura3-52) and its isogenic derivative AYAP1 (YPH250 yap1[DELTA]::HIS3) described earlier [22].
coli K-12 strain AJW678 and its isogenic ompR mutant strain were transformed with the flhD::GFP plasmid, the parental strain was also transformed with the ompR::GFP plasmid.