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In molecular biology, a reporter gene is a gene that researchers attach to another gene of interest in cell culture, animals or plants. Certain genes are chosen as reporters because the characteristics they confer on organisms expressing them are easily identified and...
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The GUS reporter system is a reporter gene system, particularly useful in plant molecular biology. Several kinds of GUS reporter gene assay are actually available, depending of the substrate used: the term GUS staining refers...
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Xactagen has developed technology that makes reporter cells (also referred to as reporter gene assays) a powerful tool for understanding gene expression and genetic ...
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From our vast line of reporter gene assays, you can choose ... A sample of the reporter gene assay kits available from Roche Molecular Biochemicals. ...
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Reporter Genes and Proteins ... reporter proteins in use: b-galactosidase (encoded by the bacterial gene lacZ) ... be used as a reporter gene (e.g. blue/white ...
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Sequences to be included in reporter constructs. 1.4. Genome-wide gene expression projects ... GFP expression from reconstituted reporter genes. 3. References ...
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... be cited as: Boulin, T. et al. Reporter gene ... of GFP over LacZ is the ability to visualize reporter gene expression in ... reporter gene ...
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Encyclopedia information on Reporter Gene ... A commonly used reporter gene is the one that encodes green fluorescent proteins ...
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The most commonly used reporter gene systems include: ... Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) Reporter Gene System ... Human Growth Hormone (hGH) Reporter Gene System ...
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Products > Genetic Reporters & Transfection > Applications of Reporter Gene Assays ... Using Bioluminescent Reporter Genes to Optimize shRNA Target Sites for ...
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Detect reporter gene activity with assays appropriate for any application, from ... Introduction to Reporter Gene Assays Introduction to Bioluminescence Assays The ...
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Hi. I know how the reporter gene works in a transfected cell. ... of one of the most famous reporter genes, GFP, was awarded the Nobel prize last year. ...
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PET-based reporter gene imaging was developed approximately 12 years ago, and the technology is beginning to be translated into specific clinical a
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