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lacZ

LacZ

Alpha Complementation of LacZ in Mammalian Cells

Lack of mutagenicity of levofloxacin in lacZ transgenic mice

Mutagenicity of ethyl carbamate to lacZ− transgenic mice

Yersinia pestis lacZ expresses a β-galactosidase with low enzymatic activity

Expression and phylogenetic relationships of a novel lacZ homologue from Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae

Characterisation of Muta™Mouse λgt10-lacZ transgene: evidence for in vivo rearrangements

Statistical analysis of lacZ mutant frequency data from MutaTMMouse mutagenicity assays

Compromised DNA Repair Enhances Sensitivity of the Yeast RNR3-lacZ Genotoxicity Testing System

LacZ expression in Fut2-LacZ reporter mice reveals estrogen-regulated endocervical glandular expression during estrous cycle, hormone replacement, and pregnancy

Databases and software for the analysis of mutations in the human p53 gene, the human hprt gene and both the lacI and lacZ gene in transgenic rodents

Databases and software for the analysis of mutations in the human p53 gene, human hprt gene and both the lacI and lacZ gene in transgenic rodents

Differential Expression of LacZ in the Liver and Kidney of Transgenic Mice Carrying Chimeric LacZ-Erythropoietin Gene Constructs with or without Its 1.2 kb 3-Flanking Sequence

Lineage of non-cranial neural crest cell in the dental mesenchyme: using a lacZ reporter gene during early tooth development

Fluorescence-based detection of lacZ reporter gene expression in intact and viable bacteria including Mycobacterium species

Facile construction of mutations in Haemophilus ducreyi using lacZ as a counter-selectable marker

GcvA-mediated activation of gcvT-lacZ expression involves the carboxy-terminal domain of the α subunit of RNA polymerase

Effect of the steroid K-canrenoate on hsp70 expression and tissue damage in transgenic Drosophila melanogaster ( hsp70lacZ) Bg9

 

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A gene in the lac operon of E. coli encoding β‐galactosidase, it is widely used as a reporter gene.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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