transfer DNA

transfer DNA (tDNA)

DNA transferred from its original source and present in transformed cells.
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FireflySci's model of electroporation cuvettes calledType 704P are strictly manufactured to efficiently transfer DNA and RNA into a wide variety of cells.
We have shown that archaeal MVs can transfer DNA and that some of them harbour plasmid or viral genomes.
Agrobacteria is a plant pest," he said of the pathogen biologists often use in genetic engineering work, noting that it can transfer DNA between itself and other organisms.
The modified cell containing the plasmid and the new gene is combined with cells from the original plant, and some of the cells take up the plasmid containing the transfer DNA.
Transfer DNA sequence to Amino acids [AP] and save Ambiguity number AMBIG [AP].
A team at Newcastle University have devised a technique which enables them to successfully transfer DNA between two human eggs.
Vector: A type of DNA element--such as a plasmid, the genome of a bacteriophage, or a virus--that is self-replicating and can be used to transfer DNA segments into target cells.
Forensic scientist Jonathan Whitaker told the jury: "The coving has been swabbed along the edges and joins where it is considered that the individual responsible for erecting the coving would have held, or applied pressure, such as there was potential to transfer DNA to this surface.
Time-resolved fluorescence energy transfer DNA helicase assays for high-throughput screening.
Whereas biotechnology gave us the tools to break the species barrier (to transfer DNA to and from unrelated organisms), nanotechnology enables scientists to shatter the barrier between living and nonliving.
Originally designed for ink printing, inkjet technology has been adopted to transfer DNA from miniature nozzles to solid surfaces using piezoelectric or other forms of propulsion.
The lentivirus is especially attractive for gene therapy, according to lead investigator Pierre Charneau, PhD, because when it is used as a vector, it has the ability to transfer DNA into poorly-dividing or nondividing cells, such as nerve cells, blood stem cells, and liver and muscles cells.