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  1. Transgenic animals have become valuable tools for both research and applied purposes. The current method of gene transfer, microinjection, which is widely used in transgenic mouse production, has only had limi...

    Authors: Keejong Chang, Jin Qian, MeiSheng Jiang, Yi-Hsin Liu, Ming-Che Wu, Chi-Dar Chen, Chao-Kuen Lai, Hsin-Lung Lo, Chin-Ton Hsiao, Lucy Brown, James Bolen Jr, Hsiao-I Huang, Pei-Yu Ho, Ping Yao Shih, Chen-Wen Yao, Wey-Jinq Lin…

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2002 2:5

    Content type: Research article

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  2. Parthenocarpy, or fruit development in the absence of fertilization, has been genetically engineered in eggplant and in other horticultural species by using the DefH9-iaaM gene. The iaaM gene codes for tryptophan...

    Authors: Nazzareno Acciarri, Federico Restaino, Gabriele Vitelli, Domenico Perrone, Michela Zottini, Tiziana Pandolfini, Angelo Spena and Giuseppe Leonardo Rotino

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2002 2:4

    Content type: Research article

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  3. The suitability of the strain Rhodococcus erythropolis ATCC 25544 grown in a two-liter fermentor as a source of cholesterol oxidase has been investigated. The strain produces both cell-linked and extracellular ch...

    Authors: Mar M Sojo, Roque R Bru and Francisco F García-Carmona

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2002 2:3

    Content type: Research article

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  4. Agrobacterium vitis is a causal agent of crown-gall disease. Trifolitoxin (TFX) is a peptide antibiotic active only against members of a specific group of α-proteobacteria that includes Agrobacterium and its clos...

    Authors: Thomas C Herlache and Eric W Triplett

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2002 2:2

    Content type: Research article

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  5. Genetic engineering of parthenocarpy confers to horticultural plants the ability to produce fruits under environmental conditions that curtail fruit productivity and quality. The DefH9-iaaM transgene, whose predi...

    Authors: Tiziana Pandolfini, Giuseppe L Rotino, Serena Camerini, Roberto Defez and Angelo Spena

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2002 2:1

    Content type: Methodology article

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  6. The DNA-dependent RNA polymerase from T7 bacteriophage (T7 RNAP) has been extensively characterized, and like other phage RNA polymerases it is highly specific for its promoter. A combined in vitro / in vivo sele...

    Authors: Jijumon Chelliserrykattil, George Cai and Andrew D Ellington

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2001 1:13

    Content type: Research article

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  7. Transgenic mice have been used extensively to analyze gene function. Unfortunately, traditional transgenic procedures have only limited use in analyzing alleles that cause lethality because lines of founder mi...

    Authors: Ravi P Misra, Sarah K Bronson, Qi Xiao, Wendy Garrison, Jixuan Li, Roong Zhao and Stephen A Duncan

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2001 1:12

    Content type: Methodology article

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  8. Rapid, robust and reversible induction of transgene expression would significantly facilitate cancer gene therapy as well as allow the in vivo functional study of newly discovered genes in tumor formation and ...

    Authors: Larry R Karns PhD, Anne Kisielewski BSc, Kathryn M Gulding BSc and Dan Theodorescu MD PhD

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2001 1:11

    Content type: Research article

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  9. To maintain populations of microbial cells under controlled conditions of growth and environment for an indefinite duration is a prerequisite for experimentally evolving natural isolates of wild-type species o...

    Authors: Valérie A de Crécy-Lagard, Jacques Bellalou, Rupert Mutzel and Philippe Marlière

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2001 1:10

    Content type: Methodology article

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  10. Modern drug discovery is concerned with identification and validation of novel protein targets from among the 30,000 genes or more postulated to be present in the human genome. While protein-protein interactio...

    Authors: Renuka C Pillutla, Ku-chuan Hsiao, Renee Brissette, Paul S Eder, Tony Giordano, Paul W Fletcher, Michael Lennick, Arthur J Blume and Neil I Goldstein

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2001 1:6

    Content type: Research article

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  11. There have been many attempts to develop new materials with stability and high affinity towards immunoglobulins. Some of glycolipids such as gangliosides exhibit a high affinity toward immunoglobulins. However...

    Authors: Jae Hong Im, Takashi Nakane, Hiroshi Yanagishita, Toru Ikegami and Dai Kitamoto

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2001 1:5

    Content type: Research article

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  12. Hydrophobic polystyrene is the most common material for solid phase immunoassay. Proteins are immobilized on polystyrene by passive adsorption, which often causes considerable denaturation. Biological macromol...

    Authors: Vadim V Shmanai, Tamara A Nikolayeva, Ludmila G Vinokurova and Anatoli A Litoshka

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2001 1:4

    Content type: Research article

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  13. The Gavac™ vaccine against the cattle tick Boophilus microplus has proven its efficacy in a large number of controlled and field experiments. However, this vaccine could be further improved by searching for new a...

    Authors: Manuel Rodríguez Valle, Carlos Montero, Héctor Machado and Marisdania Joglar

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2001 1:2

    Content type: Research article

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  14. Infections of bacterial cultures by bacteriophages are serious problems in biotechnological laboratories. Apart from such infections, prophage induction in the host cells may also be dangerous. Escherichia coli i...

    Authors: Agata Czyz, Marcin Los, Borys Wrobel and Grzegorz Wegrzyn

    Citation: BMC Biotechnology 2001 1:1

    Content type: Methodology article

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