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trans·for·mant

(trans-fōr'mănt),
A bacterium that has received genetic material (and its phenotypic expression) from another bacterium by means of transformation.

transformant

(trans-for′mănt)
A cell or organism that has been genetically modified.
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The highest number of transformants was obtained with MBS buffer when compared with the control (without regeneration).
Southern hybridization analysis of the PpPbp-GFP transformants suggested that two (#5 and #95) had a single insertion of the PpPbpGFP gene in the PpDRP5B-2 gene region (Fig.
Our results showed that transformant containing the benomyl resistant gene can survive at high benomyl concentration (5 g/mL), and expression of benomyl resistant gene in the transformants did not affect pathogenicity of I.
Solution of the problem in transformants [[mu].sub.a] (y) and [[chi].sub.[alpha]] (y) is obtained by solving the algebraic system of fourth order
Table 1--Phenotypic characterization of Klebsiella pneumoniae and Escherichia coli transformant carrying [bla.sub.GES-5].
The gDNA from each of the 18 stable transformants was extracted using the Wizard[R] Genomic DNA Purification kit (Promega, USA).
coli with high transformation efficiencies ([10.sup.8] - [10.sup.11] transformants / [micro]g DNA) are available commercially.
Il s'agit en quelque sorte d'explorer la mobilite en comprenant mieux les rythmes de la vie quotidienne, qui, en se transformant, autorisent de nouveaux patrons de mobilite.
Sidney Levy pense au contraire que la poesie continue--mais en le transformant avec de nouveaux moyens--ce travail de connaissance que la science ne peut accomplir dans le champ des singularites.
Dans cette promotion de voyages aseptises, les tours-operateurs jouent un role non negligeable, transformant le monde en marchandise et concourant fortement a la deliquescence des societes receptrices.
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