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gene construct

gene construct

PartiGene—constructing partial genomes

An effective structure learning method for constructing gene networks

A novel method for constructing gene-targeting vectors

A genome-wide inducible phenotypic screen identifies antisense RNA constructs silencing Escherichia coli essential genes

Transcriptional Modulation of Viral Reporter Gene Constructs Following Induction of the Cellular Stress Response

Evaluation of β-Globin Gene Therapy Constructs in Single Copy Transgenic Mice

Insect Cryptochromes: Gene Duplication and Loss Define Diverse Ways to Construct Insect Circadian Clocks

A Bayesian connectivity-based approach to constructing probabilistic gene regulatory networks

BNArray: an R package for constructing gene regulatory networks from microarray data by using Bayesian network

ChIP-Array 2: integrating multiple omics data to construct gene regulatory networks

CMGRN: a web server for constructing multilevel gene regulatory networks using ChIP-seq and gene expression data

Novel Cellulase Profile of Trichoderma reesei Strains Constructed by cbh1 Gene Replacement with eg3 Gene Expression Cassette

Efficient downregulation of alb1 gene using an AMA1-based episomal expression of RNAi construct in Aspergillus fumigatus

PCR-mediated generation of a gene disruption construct without the use of DNA ligase and plasmid vectors

Red flag on the white reporter: a versatile insulator abuts the white gene in Drosophila and is omnipresent in mini-white constructs

RNAi Codex: a portal/database for short-hairpin RNA (shRNA) gene-silencing constructs

A rapid genetic screening system for identifying gene-specific suppression constructs for use in human cells


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The exogenous DNA integrated into the host genome in the process of producing a transgenic organism, including the promoter and control regions as well as the DNA sequence coding for the protein.

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