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insertional inactivation

Insertional inactivation of oprD in clinical isolates of Pseudomonas aeruginosa leading to carbapenem resistance

Elimination of channel-forming activity by insertional inactivation of the p66 gene in Borrelia burgdorferi

IST1 insertional inactivation of the resB gene: implications for phenotypic switching in Thiobacillus ferrooxidans

Insertional inactivation of a Tet(K)/Tet(L) like transporter does not eliminate tetracycline resistance in Bacillus cereus

Intein‐mediated purification of cytotoxic endonuclease I‐TevI by insertional inactivation and pH‐controllable splicing

Insertional inactivation of mutS in Staphylococcus aureus reveals potential for elevated mutation frequencies, although the prevalence of mutators in clinical isolates is low

Tn551-mediated insertional inactivation of the fmtB gene encoding a cell wall-associated protein abolishes methicillin resistance in Staphylococcus aureus

Erratum to “Insertional inactivation of the lpxA gene involved in the biosynthesis of lipid A in Neisseria meningitidis resulted in lpxA/lpxA::aph-3′ heterodiploids” [FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 226 (2003) 51–56]

Insertional inactivation of mtrX and mtrY genes from the mithramycin gene cluster affects production and growth of the producer organism Streptomyces argillaceus

Insertional inactivation of the lpxA gene involved in the biosynthesis of lipid A in Neisseria meningitidis resulted in lpxA/lpxA::aph-3′ heterodiploids

Insertional inactivation studies of the csmA and csmC genes of the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium vibrioforme 8327: the chlorosome protein CsmA is required for viability but CsmC is dispensable

 

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Abolition of the functional properties of a gene product by insertion of a foreign DNA sequence into that gene's coding sequence; used in genetic engineering as a means of detecting when a foreign DNA sequence has become integrated into a plasmid or other recipient molecule of interest.

Subjects: Chemistry — Genetics and Genomics.


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