Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of mutagenize.
  • adj. mutated under the influence of a mutagen

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Examples

  • In an effort to increase the proportion of these proteins that fold into an ATP-binding conformation, we mutagenized the library and carried out further rounds of in vitro selection and amplification.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • If someone studied the ability of, say, the human microcephalin gene to generate resistance to penicillin in S. aureus, and found that it never did even when extensively mutagenized, only a fool would conclude that this means that S. aureus is incapable of developing resistance to penicillin.

    Behe's Test, Take 2

  • We really mutagenized the DNA encoding this enzyme, so the effects are real.

    Another Protozoan and Front-Loading

  • Here we show, on the basis of comparative analysis of two extensively mutagenized ribozymes, that with a copying fidelity of 0.999 per digit per replication the phenotypic error threshold rises well above 7,000 nucleotides, which permits the selective maintenance of a functionally rich riboorganism with a genome of more than 100 different genes, the size of a tRNA.

    Congratulations are in Order

  • Thus, mutagenized UbiA amino acids that resulted in loss of function aligned to UBIAD1 residues mutated in SCD.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • The CDR sequences can be mutagenized by substitution, insertion or deletion of at least one residue such that the CDR sequence is distinct from the human and non-human antibody sequence employed.

    FreshPatents.com: Notable Patent Applications - 07/22/2010

  • The FR sequences can be mutagenized by substitution, insertion or deletion of at least one residue such that the FR sequence is distinct from the human and non-human antibody sequence employed.

    FreshPatents.com: Notable Patent Applications - 07/22/2010

  • Corresponding residues in PknJ were mutagenized to create double mutant T171A/T173A along with single mutants T168A, S172A and T179A and were compared with wild type protein.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • The researchers mutagenized their strain to create a partially resistant one, and cloned the gene that conferred resistance.

    Ars Technica

  • Thus, while rare, they will be more frequently encountered than had you sifted through the second-generation (F2) progeny from mutagenized worms (as is the case with a real mutant hunt).

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