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selectable marker


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selectable marker

dominant selectable marker

dominant selectable marker

Selected Noninvasive Markers in Diagnosing Liver Diseases

A transgenic mouse strain expressing four drug-selectable marker genes

A phylogenomics approach for selecting robust sets of phylogenetic markers

A new dominant selectable marker for use in Cryptococcus neoformans

mazF as a counter-selectable marker for unmarked genetic modification of Pichia pastoris

Nourseothricin acetyltransferase: a new dominant selectable marker for the dermatophyte Trichophyton mentagrophytes

Rational optimization of tolC as a powerful dual selectable marker for genome engineering

mazF, a novel counter-selectable marker for unmarked chromosomal manipulation in Bacillus subtilis

The chicken HPRT gene: a counter selectable marker for the DT40 cell line

Restriction of DNA encoding selectable markers decreases the transformation efficiency of Helicobacter pylori

Cloning and characterization of the Pichia pastoris MET2 gene as a selectable marker

Immature thymocyte antigen-1: a novel thymocyte marker discriminating pre- and post-selected thymocytes.

Transformation of Lotus japonicus using the herbicide resistance bar gene as a selectable marker

Correlations between selected tumor markers and fluorodeoxyglucose maximal standardized uptake values in esophageal cancer

Recombineering with tolC as a Selectable/Counter-selectable Marker: remodeling the rRNA Operons of Escherichia coli

Assessing Genetic Diversity in Clonal Organisms: Low Diversity or Low Resolution? Combining Power and Cost Efficiency in Selecting Markers

 

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A gene whose expression confers selective advantage on a cell or organism when exposed to an antibiotic. The marker is often an enzyme whose action modifies the antibiotic thereby making ...

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