isogenic strain

i·so·gen·ic strain

a strain of animals inbred for many generations and with high probability homozygous for certain specified genes.
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LIBS analysis also discriminated RN4220 from its transformed isogenic strain RN4220-fai1, which harbors pCL52.2::fai1 that encodes plasmid functions, harbors a unique fusidic acid inducible gene, and encodes tetracycline resistance.
The change in the cost of plasmid carriage, [Delta]c, was measured by competition between a strain carrying the ancestral plasmid and an isogenic strain with an evolutionarily derived plasmid.
Relationship between outer membrane alterations and susceptibility to antimicrobial agents in isogenic strains of Klebsiella pneumoniae.
Novel functions of (p)ppGpp and cyclic di-GMP in mycobacterial physiology revealed by phenotype microarray analysis of wild-type and isogenic strains of Mycobacterium smegmatis.
In this study we determined if ginseng directly affected the bacterial expression of virulence factors using a set of appropriate isogenic strains containing a well-characterized mutation.
To test for amber mutants, four isogenic strains of E.
In vivo transfer of the satA gene between isogenic strains of Enterococcus faecium in the mammalian gastrointestinal tract.
Two inversions (B and C) could be made isogenic from vials with parental genotypes AB x AC or AA x BC (each capital letter stands for a different chromosome arrangement), whereas isogenic strains for any of the four inversions could be obtained from vials with parental genotypes AB x CD.
The use of isogenic strains also eliminates the importance of recombination between competing strains during the experiment.