A cloned gene that is introduced and stably incorporated into a plant or animal and is passed on to successive generations.
A transgene is a piece of DNA, generally coding DNA, that is introduced into cells or organisms to modify the genome.
The selected gene utilized in a gene transfer protocol. For example, if you wished to treat a patient for cystic fibrosis, you might plan to transfer a corrected version of the CFTR gene into the cells of the airway. In this example, the corrected version of the CFTR gene would be the transgene.
A gene incorporated into the germline that functions as a normal gene.
Genes integrated into the germ line (reproductive cells) of transgenic organisms. search for Transgene
The specific gene moved from one organism to another using recombinant DNA technology.
A gene that is introduced into an organism's genome during the genetic engineering process. The transgene is usually from a source distantly related to the host organism.
a company specialized in genetic engineering and the pharmaceutical development of gene therapy vectors
a DNA that is integrated into the genome of a cell from which a transgenic animal develops
a foreign gene inserted by genetically engineering methods
a gene or DNA sequence that has been transferred into a plant or plant cell
a gene that has been introduced into the genome by a transformation procedure
an artificial gene cloned in the lab by recombinant DNA technology and microinjected into fertilized mouse or rat eggs
a gene (sometimes also includes a group of genes) transferred by recombinant DNA technology, usually to a foreign host organism
A foreign gene incorporated by transformation.
inserted genes are termed "transgenes" to differentiate them from indigenous genes
The DNA that is to be inserted into the genome of a host cell using insertion techniques.
A gene from one organism inserted into another organism by recombinant DNA techniques.
An isolated gene sequence used to transform an organism. The transgene may have been derived from a different species than that of the recipient.
foreign gene incorporated by transformation into the germline.
A `foreign' gene introduced into a new `host' organism.
Foreign gene introduced into a cell or a whole organism for therapeutic or experimental purposes.
gene artificially introduced into the cell or into the genome of an individual
DNA integrated into the germ line of transgenic organisms.
(transgenic, transgenesis): referring to an artifical process whereby a gene is taken from one organism and introduced into the genetic make-up of another organism.
A gene from one genome that has been incorporated into the genome of another organism. Often refers to a gene that has been introduced into a multicellular organism.
A gene construct introduced into an organism by human intervention.
A fragment of foreign DNA that has been incorporated into the genome through the manipulation of preimplantation embryos.
A gene that has been modified by externally applied recombinant DNA techniques and reintroduced into the genome by germ-line transformation.
a gene from one organism inserted into the genome of another.
A gene introduced into an organism (usually originating from a different organism) using recombinant DNA technology.
gene transferred to a new organism for expression.
A transgene is a gene or genetic material which has been transferred by any of a number of genetic engineering techniques from one organism to another.