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an event capable of causing a mutation

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They found a strong variability between independent clones, highlighting the advantage of repairable mutagenesis for comparing mutants with their genetically repaired sister clones.
In vitro mutagenesis, plant regeneration and characterization of mutants via RAPD analysis in Baby's breath Gypsophila paniculata L.
It was hypothesized that genetic engineering through site directed mutagenesis can be a potent tool to change the enzyme activity towards its substrate.
Shotgun Mutagenesis Epitope Mapping analyses hundreds to thousands of variants of a target protein, each with a single defined amino acid substitution, to detect the binding residues that form antibody epitopes.
Key words: Amino acid production, chemical mutagenesis, lysine, AEC analogues, molasses.
This was then used for the subsequent mutagenesis procedures and the UV irradiated cells were kept at 4[degrees]C in a foil-wrapped tube.
Fewer than 16 proteins that are needed to accomplish stress-inducible mutagenesis were known previously.
Microarray analyses reveal that plant mutagenesis may induce more transcriptomic changes than transgene insertion.
399) used cell-based reporter assays, in silica iigand-PXR docking studies, and site-direct mutagenesis to study the interaction between BPA and PXR, and the influence of BPA and its analogs on the regulation of PXR target genes in human LS180 cells.
They cover mutagenesis in various microbial backgrounds, polymerase chain reaction mutagenesis, protein evolution mutagenesis, protein structure and function mutagenesis, random mutagenesis, and mutator bacterial strain mutagenesis.
Using species selective mutagenesis and biochemical methodologies, we will take advantage of this pharmacological distinction between these species to identify the molecular determinants for MDMA binding and translocation.
Emphasis was directed at chromosome 15, the target chromosome in the mutagenesis scheme.
In this invention, several bathochromic phytochromes were generated by site-directed mutagenesis in the region of bilin lyase domain in plant PHYA, and their ability to suppress the shade avoidance reactions were examined by transforming the bathochromic phytochromes into PHYA deficient Arabidopsis thaliana (ecotype col-0).
To optimize the assay, we performed PCR-based H274Y mutagenesis of the N1 fragment of the H5N1 virus (primers on request).
has released results of a new study reaffirming the safety of Chromax chromium picolinate to be published in an upcoming issue of Mutation Research Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis.