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In microbial genetics, a revertant is a mutant that has reverted to its former genotype or to the original phenotype by means of a suppressor mutation.
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Definition of revertant from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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revertant. Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search ... Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/revertant" ...
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Information about revertant in the free online English dictionary and ... revertant. Reverted. Reverted phosphoric acid. Revertent. Reverter. Revertible ...
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Revertant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In microbial genetics, a revertant ... revertant - definition of revertant in the Medical dictionary - by the ...
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revertant adj. Having reverted to the normal phenotype, usually by a second mutation: a revertant mutant; revertant cells ... n. A revertant organism, cell, or ...
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What is revertant? Meaning of revertant medical term. What does revertant mean? ... Read more or ask a question about revertant. How to thank TFD for its existence? ...
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An imipenem-susceptible revertant, strain 810-REV, was obtained after multiple ... For the revertant, the imipenem MIC was 1 μg/ml and the meropenem MIC was 0.25 μ ...
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A revertant virus (SV Del6K-revQ21L) containing a point mutation in the deleted ... Neither mutant nor revertant viruses are complemented by the coexpression in ...
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Revertant information including symptoms, causes, diseases, symptoms, treatments, and other medical ... Revertant: In microbial genetics, a mutant that has ...
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Ancestral RNA-sequence cache may restore genetic events in revertants. ... The frequency with which these 'revertant' plants are recovered varies, but is ...
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Correspondence from The New England Journal of Medicine -- Revertant Mosaicism -- Patchwork in the Skin ... To the Editor: Revertant mosaicism occurs when an ...
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[Revertant DNA data] (image 2) High resolution version (8,135,867 Bytes) Description: Varmus made extensive use of gel electrophoresis in his study of the genetics of ...
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Revertant mosaicism by somatic reversion of inherited mutations has been ... Revertant Mosaicism in Epidermolysis Bullosa Caused by Mitotic Gene Conversion ...
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Revertant flagellin is antigenically distinct from wild-type ... revertant flagellin (referred to as FlaAB to dis ... locus of each revertant is lacking a ...
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When reversion was compared, the revertant proportion (RP), defined as the ... The transmission of these revertant strains leads to vaccine-associated ...
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revertant: American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language [home, info] ... Additional searches for revertant... Search completed in 0.111 seconds. ...
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Revertant fibers could be identified in samples with mild background only when ... The revertant nature of these fibers is difficult to establish because of ...
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Revertant dystrophins retain functional domains and mediate plasmalemmal ... Revertant dystrophin, like normal dystrophin protein, shows a membrane ...
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