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A shuttle vector is a vector constructed so that it can propagate in two different host species . Therefore, DNA inserted into a shuttle vector can be tested or manipulated in two different cell types. The main advantage of these vectors is they can be manipulated in E. coli and then used in a system which is more difficult or slower to use .
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Shuttle vector, a vector (usually a plasmid) constructed so that it can ... Viral vector, a virus modified to deliver foreign genetic material into a cell ...
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Furthermore, we simplify the shuttle vector cloning to one step by incorporation ... We hypothesized that a shuttle vector containing the R6kγ origin, the RecA gene ...
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The shuttle vectors do not integrate into the genome and do not rearrange. ... We used the plasmid pRN1 as starting point to construct shuttle vectors for Sulfolobus. ...
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IUPAC > Gold Book > alphabetical index > S > shuttle vector. structure search. Indexes ... and can therefore be used to 'shuttle' or convey genes from one to ...
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pNTAP Shuttle vectors (A, B, and C) ... Shuttle Vector. Get Quote Supplier ... pFastBac™ vector and The baculovirus shuttle vector (bacmid), bMON14272 (136 kb) ...
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been used as shuttle vectors for Gram-negative as well as ... coli shuttle vector pKMR4PE was confirmed by extraction. of the corresponding plasmid. ...
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The invention discloses a Lac shuttle vector, comprising at least (a) a region ... Its use in Shuttle Vector Construction, 1989, Plasmid 22: 193-202. ...
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Provided are replication competent, recombinant adenovirus vectors containing mutations in the E1B region which permit the easy deletion of a gene or genes therein, ...
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GenScript's codon optimization technology can increase the ... These adenoviral shuttle vectors are compatible with the Clontech Adeno-XTM Expression System. ...
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