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  • noun Plural form of plasmid.

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  • They also forget that you as a player can set challenges (like not dying or never using certain plasmids) to make it more difficult.

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  • The plague bacterium's genome consists of a single chromosome, some 4.6 million DNA units in length, and three small rings of DNA called plasmids.

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  • The three different Wnt expression plasmids were kindly provided by Dr.J. Kitajewski

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  • DNA circles called plasmids, the minicircles contain no bacterial DNA, meaning that the cells containing the minicircles are less likely than plasmids to be perceived as foreign by the body.

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  • Crucially, the NDM-1 gene was found on DNA structures, called plasmids, that can be easily copied and transferred between bacteria, giving the bug "an alarming potential tospread and diversify," the authors said.

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  • (D) DNA transfection in MC3T3-E1 cells using expression plasmids for Wnt1, Wnt2 or Wnt3, Dkk1 and/or Krm2 at the indicated combinations.

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  • DNA circles called plasmids, the minicircles contain no bacterial DNA, meaning that the cells containing the minicircles are less likely than plasmids to be perceived as foreign by the body.

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  • Two cell lines, which have either undetectable (MiaPaCa-2) or low basal OPN expression (HT1080), were transfected with mammalian expression plasmids containing OPN-A, OPN-B, OPN-A with mutated RGD sequence (OPN-A-RAA) or OPN-B with deleted RGD sequence (OPN-B-NoRGD).

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  • DNA circles called plasmids, the minicircles contain no bacterial DNA, meaning that the cells containing the minicircles are less likely than plasmids to be perceived as foreign by the body.

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  • Luciferase reporter gene, only when Wnt1 or Wnt3 expression plasmids are co-transfected, but that

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