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A phagemid or phasmid is a type of cloning vector developed as a hybrid of the filamentous phage M13 and plasmids to produce a vector that can grow as a plasmid, and also be packaged as single stranded DNA in viral particles. Phagemids contain an origin of replication (ori) for double stranded replication, as well as an f1 ori to enable single stranded...
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Phagemid A phagemid or phasmid is a type of cloning vector developed as a hybrid of the filamentous phage M13 and plasmids to produce a vector that
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Definition and other additional information on Phagemid from Biology-Online.org dictionary. ... experiment recently,but I couldnot get the ssDNA of my phagemid. ...
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phagemid vector. Stable clone selection in eukaryotic cells is made possible ... The pBK–CMV phagemid vector has an extensive polylinker in an SK ...
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1 The pBluescript II SK (+/–) phagemid vectors. ... Dephosphorylate the digested pBluescript II phagemid with calf intestinal ...
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detection of protein–protein interactions in yeast, two-hybrid phagemid vector... pBC KS(-) Phagemid. High-resolution restriction mapping Creation of exo ...
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... Vectors " Cloning Vectors " Viral Cloning Vectors " Phagemid Cloning Vectors ... Generation of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells by Reprogramming Human Fibroblasts ...
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phagemid DNA can be packaged into the coat of a ... The antibody fragments are cloned into the phagemid ... A variety of different methodologies and phagemid vectors ...
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The phagemid pG8H6 (10) was used to construct the phage display library. ... After incubation overnight, the phagemid particles were eluted and subjected to ...
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E. coli phagemid vector pAD3 - complete.. E. coli phagemid vector pALTER-1 (formerly ... elegans phagemid vector pAST18b - complete.. C. elegans phagemid vector ...
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pMGU. Vector IG Sequence Link : General : phagemid ds-DNA 4185 BP. Functions : (cloning cDNA) ... [ 1] Efficiency of phagemid recovery is approximately 20 ...
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M13KO7 is an M13 derivative which carries the mutation Met40Ile in gII, with the origin of ... M13KO7 is able to replicate in the absence of phagemid DNA. ...
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A novel phagemid vector, designated pMod1, for the construction of phage ... The phagemid DNA of these clones were amplified by PCR and digested with BstNI, ...
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encoded in the phagemid vector, a small percentage of tar ... A filamentous bacteriophage containing a phagemid vec ... produce functional phagemid particles, ...
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1) Phagemid derived from pUC118/119, pTZ18/19, or Bluescript SK/KS. transformed into ... at 37°C. Alternatively streak a freeze-down of the phagemid already ...
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Furthermore, successful display may be obtained both in phagemid and phage versions. ... Phagemid rescue from E. coli XL1-Blue using M13K07 or HyperPhageTM ...
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A new phagemid vector for positive selection of recombinants based on a ... KS+ phagemid in which the modified barnase killer gene has ...
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A phagemid is simply a plasmid that contains a region of phage DNA (ori) that ... Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Phagemid" ...
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