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Developmental Regulation of Drug-Processing Genes in Livers of Germ-Free Mice

Germ-free status and altered caecal subdominant microbiota are associated with a high susceptibility to cow's milk allergy in mice

Transfer of the plasmid RP1 in vivo in germ free mice and in vitro in gut extracts and laboratory media

Selection of bacteria originating from a human intestinal microbiota in the gut of previously germ-free rats

Production of yeast (m2G10) methyltransferase (Trm11 and Trm112 complex) in a wheat germ cell-free translation system

Construction of an efficient expression vector for coupled transcription/translation in a wheat germ cell-free system

Derivation, characterization and differentiation of human embryonic stem cells: comparing serum-containing versus serum-free media and evidence of germ cell differentiation

β-Defensin Expression in Immunocompetent and Immunodeficient Germ-Free and Candida albicans-Monoassociated Mice

A Novel Way to Express Proline-Selectively Labeled Proteins with a Wheat Germ Cell–Free Protein Synthesis System

Pathological Complete Response and Two-year Disease-free Survival in a Primary Gastric Choriocarcinoma Patient with Advanced Liver Metastases Treated with Germ Cell Tumor-based Chemotherapy: A Case Report

Hetero subunit interaction and RNA recognition of yeast tRNA (m7G46) methyltransferase synthesized in a wheat germ cell-free translation system

A novel application of cell-free seminal mRNA: non-invasive identification of the presence of germ cells or complete obstruction in men with azoospermia

Statistical analysis of features associated with protein expression/solubility in an in vivo Escherichia coli expression system and a wheat germ cell-free expression system

Discovery of a novel restriction endonuclease by genome comparison and application of a wheat-germ-based cell-free translation assay: PabI (5′-GTA/C) from the hyperthermophilic archaeon Pyrococcus abyssi

 

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Describing any group of animals or plants that is bred and maintained in such conditions that they contain no microorganisms, either normal symbionts or abnormal, infective ones. Compare gnotobiotic.

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