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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Selectable_marker

A selectable marker is a gene introduced into a cell, especially a bacterium or to cells in culture, that confers a trait suitable for artificial selection. They are a type of reporter gene used in laboratory microbiology, molecular biology, and genetic engineering ... Selectable markers are often antibiotic resistance genes; bacteria that have ...

www.easynotecards.com/notecard_set/72750

1) The following are steps used to make DNA fingerprints. ... 9) If you have inserted a gene in the Ti plasmid, the next step in genetic engineering is .... 36) The use of an antibiotic-resistance gene on a plasmid used in genetic engineering ...

blog.addgene.org/plasmids-101-everything-you-need-to-know-about-antibiotic-resistance-genes

Jan 30, 2014 ... How they work, how to use them, and some great tips. ... molecular biology, yet scientists rarely stop to think about how much easier it makes our lives. ... Adding an antibiotic resistance gene to the plasmid solves both ... Historically, antibiotics have also been used to disrupt genes at the chromosomal level.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK21498

Two types of vectors are most commonly used: E. coli plasmid vectors and ... Many naturally occurring plasmids contain genes that provide some benefit to the host ... evolved, making their host cells resistant to a variety of different antibiotics ... for their use in DNA cloning: a replication origin, a drug-resistance gene, and a  ...

www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/2032-bacterial-transformation

Nov 16, 2007 ... Bacteria are commonly used as host cells for making copies of DNA in ... Once a science fiction fantasy, the power to engineer DNA is now within reach. ... For example, bacteria can acquire DNA that makes them resistant to antibiotics. ... DNA, called plasmids, which have a much smaller number of genes.

www.mrothery.co.uk/genetech/genetechnotes.htm

A common marker, used in plasmids, is a gene for resistance to an antibiotic such as ... Replica plating is a simple technique for making an exact ... of uses, but the most common use in genetic engineering is to ...

www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/1900-bacterial-dna-the-role-of-plasmids

Mar 25, 2014 ... Once a science fiction fantasy, the power to engineer DNA is now within ... Plasmids contain just a few genes, but they make a big difference to ... because replicating DNA (including plasmid DNA) uses up energy. ... Virtually all plasmids that are used to deliver DNA contain genes for antibiotic resistance.

passel.unl.edu/pages/printinformationmodule.php?idinformationmodule=957884601

Define gene cloning and describe its role in genetic engineering. ... Explain why antibiotic resistance genes are sometimes present in transgenic plants. ... Electroporation uses mild pulses of electricity to disrupt the cell walls of the ... Bacterial plasmids used in gene cloning naturally contain genes that encode some form of ...

www.khanacademy.org/science/biology/biotech-dna-technology/dna-cloning-tutorial/a/overview-dna-cloning

Bacteria with the correct plasmid are used to make more plasmid DNA or, in some .... A plasmid typically contains an antibiotic resistance gene, which allows bacteria to .... often use DNA cloning to build artificial, recombinant versions of genes that help ..... Subjects; Math by subject · Math by grade · Science & engineering ...