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an event capable of causing a mutation

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The Gibson Assembly Site-Directed Mutagenesis Kit enables researchers to accommodate one or up to five site mutations with efficiencies of 95% and 55% respectively.
And most of them are sensing the environment and coupling mutagenesis to stress.
We thank Surangrat Srisuratanon for her assistance, Petra Hirsch for critically reviewing the manuscript, and Roche Diagnostics, Thailand, for providing mutagenesis primers and a plasmid purification kit.
The phenomenon of cell-directed mutagenesis was discovered in 1970 by Miroslav Radman, a molecular geneticist at the Universite Rene Descartes in Paris.
PCR amplification was stable and specific despite the introduction of up to three mismatches in the mutagenesis reverse primers.
Chromosome damage can be an indicator of exposure to potential carcinogenic substances, according to a study published in Mutagenesis (2003;18:371-376).
Site directed mutagenesis in Helix III, an anchoring helix, was used to substitute charged amino acids for hydrophobic ones in positions 85, 86 and 87.
We describe a method for transposon-mediated reporter gene mutagenesis which creates transcriptional fusions of S.
A mutagenesis was conducted to the wildtype strain of C.
2 5) Mutagenesis resulting from radiation therapy could theoretically explain the development of a second neoplasm within a short interval.
Analysis of the three-dimensional structure, together with results from site-directed mutagenesis and biochemical and immunological studies, suggest that the core of the [beta]-barrel plays an important functional role.
The two projects are random cDNA cloning, and in vitro expression and site-directed mutagenesis of cholinesterase; the latter project integrates the research and teaching of the principal investigator.
Nadeau is part of the International Mouse Mutagenesis Consortium, an effort to develop a mutant mouse strain for each of the 30,000 functional genes in the mouse genome.
His group has also probed the factors determining and controlling the catalytic activities and specificities of the enzymes of asymmetric synthetic value, using molecular graphics, molecular dynamics, and site-specific mutagenesis approaches.