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double mutant

Phenotypic analyses of frz and dif double mutants of Myxococcus xanthus

Double-site ricin B chain mutants retain galactose binding

Double-Strand Break Repair Deficiency and Radiation Sensitivity in BRCA2 Mutant Cancer Cells

A Lesion-Mimic Syntaxin Double Mutant in Arabidopsis Reveals Novel Complexity of Pathogen Defense Signaling

Molecular characterisation of four double-flowered mutants of Silene dioica representing four centuries of variation

Mono- and double-mutant mouse models of Parkinson's disease display severe mitochondrial damage

In vivo selection of a target/efflux double mutant of Pseudomonas aeruginosa by ciprofloxacin therapy

On the choice of reference mutant states in the application of the double-mutant cycle method

Lack of exacerbation of neurodegeneration in a double transgenic mouse model of mutant LRRK2 and tau

Potentiation of neurotoxicity in double-mutant mice with Pink1 ablation and A53T-SNCA overexpression

Construction and immunogencity of a ΔapxIC/ΔapxIIC double mutant of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae serovar 1

A Myxococcus xanthus rppA-mmrA double mutant exhibits reduced uptake of amino acids and tolerance of some antimicrobials

Characterization of the catecholate indicator strain S. typhimurium TA2700 as an ent fhuC double mutant

Construction of a double hha hns mutant of Escherichia coli: effect on DNA supercoiling and α-haemolysin production

High level of antibiotic production in a double polyphosphate kinase and phosphate-binding protein mutant of Streptomyces lividans

Antagonism, non-native interactions and non-two-state folding in S6 revealed by double-mutant cycle analysis

The mouse guanylate kinase double mutant E72Q/D103N is a functional adenylate kinase

Chromosome fragmentation resulting from an inability to repair transposase-induced DNA double-strand breaks in PCNA mutants of Drosophila

 

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Any organism in which the occurrence of two mutations allows an effect to be seen, because dual pathways mask a mutation in either one, or in some cases a mutation that reverses the effect of the first, restoring the normal phenotype.

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