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Improved shuttle vectors for Francisella tularensis genetics

Construction of a shuttle vector for use in Francisella tularensis

Frequent spontaneous deletions at a shuttle vector locus in transgenic mice

Construction of an inducible expression shuttle vector for Laribacter hongkongensis, a novel bacterium associated with gastroenteritis

Construction of the first shuttle vectors for gene cloning and homologous recombination in Mycoplasma agalactiae

A yeast intron as a translational terminator in a plasmid shuttle vector

A stable Escherichia coli-mycobacteria shuttle vector ‘pSO246’ in Mycobacterium bovis BCG

Construction of a shuttle expression vector with a promoter functioning in both halophilic Archaea and Bacteria

Rapid orientated cloning in a shuttle vector allowing modulated gene expression in Bacillus subtilis

A spectrum of mutations induced by crotonaldehyde in shuttle vector plasmids propagated in human cells.

A series of conditional shuttle vectors for targeted genomic integration in budding yeast

Long-term stability of large insert genomic DNA episomal shuttle vectors in human cells

Construction of a genetically engineered microorganism for CO2 fixation using a Rhodopseudomonas/Escherichia coli shuttle vector

Construction of Escherichia coli–Arthrobacter–Rhodococcus shuttle vectors based on a cryptic plasmid from Arthrobacter rhombi and investigation of their application for functional screening

A broad-host-range mobilizable shuttle vector for the construction of transcriptional fusions to β-galactosidase in Gram-positive bacteria

 

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A cloning vector that is able to replicate in more than one organism, e.g. allowing a eukaryotic gene to be grown and amplified in E. coli and then reintroduced to a eukaryotic cell for complementation testing.

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