Muscle specific expression of Cre recombinase
under two actin promoters in transgenic mice.
(Hin) enzyme is required for DNA segment inversion.
This agent, called key, will inhibit the repressor action over the recombinase
gene, allowing its expression, which will unlock the expression the gene of interest.
After creating circuits that could record events, the researchers then incorporated genes into the array of recombinase
binding sites, along with genetic regulatory elements.
polymerase Specificity of 100% (95% 2014  amplification: a CI, 92%-100%) and a recombinase
complex from sensitivity of 83% (95% T4 bacteriophage CI, 51%-97%) Detection introduces primers to limit of 5 to 12 specific DNA sites to pathogens per test initiate an amplification reaction by the strand, displacing DNA polymerase.
For the first time ever researchers use an especially fast detection reaction in the droplets, known as recombinase
polymerase amplification, reducing the time necessary for the procedure from over two hours to less than 30 minutes.
Researchers developed a genetically modified mouse in which the Hif-1alpha protein is fused to another protein, called Cre recombinase
, which could then be used for cellular labeling.
On the other hand, BRCA1 interacts with RAD51 recombinase
(RAD51) during homologous recombination mediated DNA double-strand break repair forming a nucleoprotein filament on DNA and its mutation can increase the risk of breast cancer (9-11).
Novel type V staphylococcal cassette chromosome mec driven by a novel cassette chromosome recombinase
flox/flox] mice: To specifically investigate the role of each Fgfr1 and Fgfr2 in germ cells, a transgenic Cre mouse line expressing an improved Cre (iCre) recombinase
driven by the mouse Tex101 promoter (Tex101-iCre) was used.
Mosaic staphylococcal cassette chromosome mec containing two recombinase
loci and a new mec complex, B2.
expression is controlled by Osterix1 (Osx1) promoter (Osx is a gene which differentially expresses at the earlier stages of osteoblast) (25).