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Heterokaryon


A heterokaryon is a cell that contains multiple, genetically different nuclei. This can occur naturally, such as in the mycelium of fungi during sexual reproduction, or artificially as formed by the experimental fusion of two genetically different cells. A medical example is a heterokaryon composed of nuclei from Hurler syndrome and Hunter syndrome. Both of...
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Definition of heterokaryon from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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heterokaryon n. A cell having two or more genetically different nuclei. ... A medical example is a heterokaryon composed of nuclei from Hurler syndrome and ...
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Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions ... Heterokaryon: A cell with two separate nuclei formed by the experimental fusion ...
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What Is Heterokaryon Incompatibility? SCOPE OF THE REVIEW ... HETEROKARYON INCOMPATIBILITY IN PODOSPORA ANSERINA. GENERAL CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS ...
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... postulated benefits to heterokaryon formation, such as ... Saupe S.J. (2000) Molecular genetics of heterokaryon incompatibility in filamentous ascomycetes. ...
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heterokaryon. Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search ... wiktionary.org/wiki/heterokaryon" Categories: Biology | Cytology ...
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The European Bioinformatics Institute ... heterokaryon incompatibility proteins that seem to be restricted ... IPR010730 Heterokaryon incompatibility 26 - 144 ...
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... Biological Sciences > biology > cell biology > cytogenetics > heterokaryon ... Resources in heterokaryon: No resources available for this category. ...
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Nonself recognition and rejection of heterokaryon formation is regulated by het ... Heterokaryon incompatibility (HI) reduces the risk of transmission of infectious ...
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Heterokaryon (vegetative) incompatibility, governing the fusion of somatic ... Nonself Recognition and Heterokaryon Incompatibility in Filamentous Fungi ...
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Heterokaryon incompatibility genes have been proposed to represent a vegetative ... Heterokaryon incompatibility function of barrage-associated vegetative ...
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... each vic locus prevents heterokaryon formation following mycelial interactions. ... and heterokaryon incompatibility are not different manifestations of ...
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het-c incompatibility in the heterokaryon instability ob ... between Hawaiian isolates P581 and P556, progeny exhibit heterokaryon ...
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forming a heterokaryon with other genetically similar ... (or heterokaryon) incompatibil ... ity prevents stable heterokaryon formation when individu ...
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The 7th putative heterokaryon produced only Cn. r ... parental phenotype, indicating a heterokaryon formation, ... in 7 days with heterokaryon formation rates ...
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het: heterokaryon incompatibility ... het-c, -d, -e, and -i were first defined by heterokaryon tests. ... het-c: heterokaryon incompatibility-c. IIL. ...
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... of transplanted BMDCs predominantly derives from heterokaryon formation. ... reprogramming is accompanied by heterokaryon formation and Y chromosome loss ...
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