broad host range

'broad host range' can also refer to...

Broad host range plasmids

broad host range

Monitoring the spread of broad host and narrow host range plasmids in soil microcosms

The broad host range plasmid pLF1311 from Lactobacillus fermentum VKM1311

Construction and characterization of regulated l-arabinose-inducible broad host range expression vectors in Xanthomonas

A broad host range plasmid vector that does not encode replication proteins

New broad-host-range promoter probe vectors based on the plasmid RK2 replicon

Lotus japonicus Nodulates and Fixes Nitrogen with the Broad Host Range Rhizobium sp. NGR234

Broad-host-range vector system for synthetic biology and biotechnology in cyanobacteria

Frequent conjugative transfer accelerates adaptation of a broad-host-range plasmid to an unfavorable Pseudomonas putida host

Variation in permissiveness for broad-host-range plasmids among genetically indistinguishable isolates of Dickeya sp. from a small field plot

PCR-RFLP and total DNA homology revealed three related genomic species among broad-host-range Frankia strains

Development of a gene knockout system for Ralstonia eutropha H16 based on the broad-host-range vector expressing a mobile group II intron

A plasmid RK2-based broad-host-range cloning vector useful for transfer of metagenomic libraries to a variety of bacterial species

Development and use of a selectable, broad-host-range reporter transposon for identifying environmentally regulated promoters in bacteria

A broad-host-range mobilizable shuttle vector for the construction of transcriptional fusions to β-galactosidase in Gram-positive bacteria

Efficient delivery of large DNA from Escherichia coli to Synechococcus elongatus PCC7942 by broad-host-range conjugal plasmid pUB307

Complete sequence of broad-host-range plasmid pNOR-2000 harbouring the metallo-β-lactamase gene bla VIM-2 from Pseudomonas aeruginosa

The genetic organization and evolution of the broad host range mercury resistance plasmid pSB102 isolated from a microbial population residing in the rhizosphere of alfalfa


More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • Chemistry


Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

Relating to the ability of a plasmid to be subjugated as a vector in a broad range of hosts, especially Gram‐negative bacteria. Such plasmids are also termed promiscuous.

Subjects: Chemistry.

Reference entries

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.