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Transposase is an enzyme that binds to the ends of a transposon and catalyzes the movement of the transposon to another part of the genome by a cut and paste mechanism or a replicative transposition mechanism.
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Aspects of the topic transposase are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References site-specific recombination ( in nucleic acid (chemical compound): Site-specific recombination ) ...to another, as first discovered in corn (maize) during the 1940s and ’50s by Barbara McClintock, whose work won her a Nobel Prize in 1983. Most, if not...
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HyperMu™ MuA Transposase is a hyperactive. enzyme that is at least 50 times more active ... MuA Transposase can also catalyze transposi- tion of other ...
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EPICENTRE develops and manufactures reagents and kits for genomics, proteomics, ... HyperMu Transposase can also catalyze transposition of other artificial Mu ...
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The Sleeping Beauty (SB) transposase reconstructed from salmonid fish has high ... SB transposase was found to be colocalized with intense DAPI (4′,6′-diamidino-2 ...
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The alignment of the transposase amino acid sequences from these IS1 family ... These results strongly suggest that IS1 transposase has the D-D-E motif and thus ...
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Tn5 transposase is the key enzyme in forming transposomes for random transposon insertions. ... of cut out fragments with transposase molar excess of 0-9x ...
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... tnpR, this transposon also carries a transposase or tnpA and a β-lactamase Bla ... This process is catalysed by the Tn3 transposase and it results in a fusion of ...
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The transposase which moves ISHp608, known as TnpA, has only 155 amino acids and ... is organized as a hexamer, a very unusual arrangement for a DNA transposase. ...
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TnsABC* Transposase is used in the GPS&trade; series of systems (<a href ... λ DNA and 4 µl of TnsABC* Transposase in 1X GPS Buffer supplemented with 15 mM ...
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Asterisks indicate the amino acid residues conserved in all of the transposase segments. ... Inhibition of cell growth by ISY100 transposase. ...
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