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transgene

 [trans´jēn]
a gene that has been spliced into a strand of DNA.

trans·gene

(tranz'gēn),
A newly introduced gene.

transgene

(trăns′jēn′, trănz′-)
n.
A gene used in transgenesis.
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To isolate an enriched population of osteoblasts for iPS reprogramming, we crossed Osx1-GFP::Cre with Oct4-EGFP transgenic mouse lines [22, 23] and analyzed 4 out of 8 neonatal mice that showed the presence of both Oct4-EGFP and Cre transgenes in their genome after genotyping analysis (Figure 1(a)).
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To establish the transgene-expressing cell lines, each transgene expression vector was co-transfected with piggyBac transposase using Lipofectamine 3000 (Invitrogen, USA) according to the manufacturer's protocol.
When these worms were moved back to the cooler temperature, their transgenes remained active - a sign that they were retaining the memory of their exposure to warmth.
It is unclear why this reduction occurred but it could be due to the sharing of the OCS terminator sequence between the hpRNA and the 35S-GUS:Y-Sat constructs that could induce transgene cosuppression.
Transgene was expressed under the control of ubiquitin promoter.
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