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Site-specific recombination


Site-specific recombination, also known as conservative site-specific recombination, is a type of genetic recombination in which DNA strand exchange takes place between segments possessing only a limited degree of sequence homology. Site-specific recombinases perform...
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Cre-Lox recombination is a special type of site-specific recombination developed by Dr. Brian Sauer (DuPont) . Cre-Lox recombination involves the targeting of a specific sequence of DNA and splicing it with the help of an...
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Aspects of the topic site-specific-recombination are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References nucleic acid metabolism ( in nucleic acid (chemical compound): Site-specific recombination ) Site-specific recombination involves very short specific sequences that are recognized by proteins. Long DNA sequences such as viral genomes,...
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Site-specific,recombination,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... Site-specific recombination, as ...
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A number of conservative site-specific recombination systems have been described ... During site-specific DNA recombination, which brings about genetic rearrangement ...
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recombination n. The natural formation in offspring of genetic combinations not present ... through controlled and site-specific recombination of DNA segments. ...
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Xer site-specific recombination in vitro. Arciszewska LK, Sherratt DJ. ... family of enzymes, are required for Xer site-specific recombination in vivo. ...
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... between the substrates and products of site-specific recombination raises ... Site-specific recombination of DNA is an integral aspect of a wide range of ...
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Through site-specific recombination, hygromycin, puromycin, and ... system is based on Cre-mediated, site-specific recombination, which allows ...
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Site-Specific ... of three site-specific recombination systems: the integration ... transposase, and the recombination of immunoglobulin genes during ...
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Escherichia coli Xer site-specific recombination acts to convert circular DNA ... ( B) Model of Xer site-specific recombination reactions on cer, psi and dif. ...
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The directional character of site-specific recombination is controlled by the ... Conditional site-specific recombination in mammalian cells using a ligand ...
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Transgene Management Through Site-Specific Recombination (410641)Objective 1: ... system and were shown effective in prromoting site-specific recombination. ...
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Site-specific recombination affects the topology of circular DNA substrates. ... The tangle model for processive site-specific recombination. ...
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recombination to occur. Types of Recombination. Site-Specific Recombination. site-specific recombinases: enzymes that recognize. specific sequences and promote ...
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Homologous and Site-Specific Recombination. 19.1 Introduction ... 19.17 Site-Specific Recombination Involves Breakage and Reunion ...
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