Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The transfer of genetic material from one cell to another, especially a bacterial cell, through the use of a bacteriophage.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of leading or carrying over.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun rare The act of conveying over.

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  • noun biology The transfer of genetic material from one bacterial cell to another by a bacteriophage or plasmid
  • noun The process whereby a transducer converts energy from one form to another
  • noun physiology The conversion of a stimulus from one form to another
  • noun physics The conversion of energy (especially light energy) into another form, especially in a biological process such as photosynthesis or in a transducer
  • noun logic A form of inference involving reasoning from one specific case to another (compare induction)

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  • noun (genetics) the process of transfering genetic material from one cell to another by a plasmid or bacteriophage
  • noun the process whereby a transducer accepts energy in one form and gives back related energy in a different form

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[From Latin transductus, past participle of trānsdūcere, to transfer; see transducer.]

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transduce +‎ -tion

Examples

  • They can receive them via phages, viruses that infect bacteria, which is called transduction.

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  • They can receive them via phages, viruses that infect bacteria, which is called transduction.

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  • They can receive them via phages, viruses that infect bacteria, which is called transduction.

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  • We could indeed show that lambda-mediated transduction is based on the formation of substitution mutants, which had replaced a part of the phage genes by genes from the bacterial chromosome.

    Werner Arber - Autobiography

  • In relation to DNA, hereditary changes are now known to take place as a consequence of mutation, or of the introduction of new genetic material through virus infection (as in transduction) or directly (as in transformation).

    Edward Tatum - Nobel Lecture

  • Vectors derived from adeno-associated virus (AAV) are promising candidates for neural cell transduction in vivo because they are nonpathogenic and achieve long-term transduction in the central nervous system.

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  • Stem cell-based gene transfer, an ex vivo procedure commonly known as transduction, offers a potential means to cure these diseases through the permanent integration of potentially therapeutic genes into the hematopoietic stem cells of the patient.

    BioSpace.com Featured News and Stories

  • Much of the cellular machinery involved with such biological processes is controlled by a command control and communication system called signal transduction, which is mainly controlled by a process called phosphorylation.

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  • These include mutation and selection techniques; the use of natural gene transfer methods such as transduction, conjugation and transformation; and, more recently, genetic engineering.

    1 Upgrading Traditional Biotechnological Processes

  • SLAM-enriched hematopoietic stem cells maintain long-term repopulating capacity after lentiviral transduction using an abbreviated protocol.

    CHOP stem cells publications

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  • Online Dictionary. In general transduction, any of the genes of the host cell may be involved in the process;

    October 7, 2010