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  • noun Plural form of recombinase.

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Examples

  • It was not microbiologically possible for mecA to have arrived in MRSA alone; it had to have been accompanied by other genes called recombinases that would lever mecA into staph’s genetic code.

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  • It was not microbiologically possible for mecA to have arrived in MRSA alone; it had to have been accompanied by other genes called recombinases that would lever mecA into staph’s genetic code.

    SUPERBUG

  • It was not microbiologically possible for mecA to have arrived in MRSA alone; it had to have been accompanied by other genes called recombinases that would lever mecA into staph’s genetic code.

    SUPERBUG

  • Talking about a revolution: The impact of site-specific recombinases on genetic analyses in mice.

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  • To overcome the practical hurdles, we developed a Cre-mediated chromosomal recombination system using fluorescent proteins and various site-specific recombinases.

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  • Utilities of site-specific recombinases to generate CNV were previously reported in several organisms including yeast

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  • Warot X, Brocard J, Bornert JM, Xiao JH, et al. (1999) Temporally-controlled site-specific mutagenesis in the basal layer of the epidermis: comparison of the recombinase activity of the tamoxifen-inducible Cre-ER (T) and Cre-ER (T2) recombinases.

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  • When mutant recombinases still have their recombination ability, this recombination event consequently produces white colonies (A).

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  • Transgenic expression of Flp and Cre recombinases excises the Neo and the

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  • To overcome the practical hurdles, we developed a Cre-mediated chromosomal recombination system using fluorescent proteins and various site-specific recombinases.

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