competent cells

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competent cells

immune competent cell

immunocompetent (immune competent) cell

immune competent cell

immune competent cell

immunocompetent (immune competent) cell

Defining the DNA uptake specificity of naturally competent Haemophilus influenzae cells

Germline competency of parthenogenetic embryonic stem cells from immature oocytes of adult mouse ovary

Identification of differentially expressed markers in human follicular cells associated with competent oocytes

Structural and numerical chromosomal aberrations in a metabolically competent human lymphoblast cell line (MCL-5)

Transcriptionally competent chromatin assembled with exogenous histones in a yeast whole cell extract

Cell-type-specific epigenetic marking of the IL2 gene at a distal cis-regulatory region in competent, nontranscribing T-cells

Sequence specific mutations induced by N-nitrosodimethylamine at two marker loci in metabolically competent human lymphoblastoid cells.

Bone marrow transplantation improves the outcome of Atm-deficient mice through the migration of ATM-competent cells

Dismutase-competent SOD1 mutant accumulation in myelinating Schwann cells is not detrimental to normal or transgenic ALS model mice

GITR engagement preferentially enhances proliferation of functionally competent CD4+CD25+FoxP3+ regulatory T cells

An investigation into the activation and deactivation of chlorinated hydrocarbons to genotoxins in metabolically competent human cells

Dose-Dependent Modulation of the In Vitro Cytokine Production of Human Immune Competent Cells by Lead Salts

Performance of Comet and Micronucleus Assays in Metabolic Competent HepaRG Cells to Predict In Vivo Genotoxicity


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1. Bacterial cells with enhanced ability to take up exogenous DNA and thus to be transformed, an important property for molecular biologists. Some bacteria (Pneumococcus, Bacillus and Haemophilus spp.) acquire competence naturally; in others, such as E. coli, it can be induced by treatment with calcium chloride.

2. Embryonic cells that will differentiate in response to an inducer.

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