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A DNA composite transposon. Transposons are sequences of DNA that can move around to ... The most common form of transposon in humans is the Alu sequence. ...
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After the transposon is ligated to the host DNA, the gaps are filled in by ... This creates identical direct repeats at each end of the transposon. ...
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Transposon summary with 15 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, summaries, research information, and more. ... Search "Transposon" ...
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transposon n. A segment of DNA that is capable of independently replicating itself and inserting the copy into a new position within the same or
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jumping gene ( ¦jəmpiŋ ¦jēn ) ( genetics ) A mobile genetic entity, such as a ... Synonym: transposon. Learn More. Hey There! ( 1961 Album by The Three Sounds) ...
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Transposons, also called "jumping genes", "mobile DNA" or "mobile genetic ... The insertion of a transposon in a new site is called transposition. ...
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Information about transposon in the free online English dictionary and ... transposon - a segment of DNA that can become integrated at many different sites ...
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... have now allowed the use of transposon tagging in plant species in which active ... If following link is to a lab dedicated to transposon tagging of genes. ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on transposon (genetics), ...Genes carried on plasmids can find their way onto the bacterial chromosome and become a stable ...
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DGI leads in applying the zebrafish model organism to determine gene functions ... The Sleeping Beauty Transposon™ System (SBTS) is a non-viral carrier of genetic ...
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Knock Out ... SB, like other DNA transposons, mobilizes itself via a cut-and ... The SB transposon is a powerful tool for insertional mutagenesis in many ...
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The existence of transposons was postulated in the late 1940s by Barbara ... [4] The transposon codes for antibiotic resistance to kanamycin and other ...
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FlyBase: a database for drosophila genetics and molecular biology ... The date that the natural transposon was entered into the chado database ...
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Here we report that transposon-free regions (TFRs) are prominent genomic ... Alternatively, transposon insertion into functional DNA can be deleterious as is ...
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As mutational agents, much of transposon impact may be deleterious to their ... Historically, transposon discovery and analysis have been primarily conducted ...
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EPICENTRE develops and manufactures reagents and kits for genomics, proteomics, ... However, if the transposon is prepared by restriction enzyme digestion, there is ...
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What is transposon? Meaning of transposon medical term. What does transposon mean? ... transposon /trans·po·son/ (trans-po'zon) a small mobile genetic (DNA) element ...
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