(re-KOM-bih-nant) DNA artificially constructed by insertion of foreign DNA into the DNA of an appropriate organism (usually bacteria or yeast) so that the foreign DNA is replicated along with the host DNA.
Genetic material that has been altered and inserted into an organism, such as bacteria, through bioengineering. Many drugs are now produced using recombinant DNA methods.
(Abbr. rDNA) As a process: broad range of techniques that involve the manipulation of the genetic material of organisms, also known as genetic engineering or biotechnology. As a product: fragments of DNA from two sources or organisms joined together t
a kind of hybrid molecule formed when a gene sized DNA fragment is joined to another DNA molecule using ligase.
Any of the various techniques for inserting DNA fragments from the genes of one organism directly into the chromosomes of another so as to change genetic makeup: used in basic research and to produce vaccenes, hormones, etc. Also called gene-splicing.
The technique of isolating DNA molecules and inserting them into the DNA of a cell ("recombining DNA"). Also known as genetic engineering.
DNA formed by the merging of genes (genetic material) into a new combination.
The hybrid DNA produced by splicing together DNA from different organisms or species.
DNA molecules generated by cloning DNA fragments into vectors, transforming cells, and isolating clones that express the DNA fragment.
a) molecules that are constructed outside living cells by joining natural or synthetic DNA segments to DNA molecules that can replicate in a living cell, or b) molecules that result from replication of those described in a) above.
DNA molecules that have been altered in some way during the process of genetic engineering or biotechnology.
DNA molecules resulting from the fusion of DNA from different sources. The technology employed for splicing DNA from different sources and for amplifying the resultant heterogenous DNA.
Made by cutting up the DNA of one species (usually a bacterium) and inserting the genes of another species so that the bacterium produces the protein or hormone of the other organism.
(rDNA) A form of DNA produced by splicing together segments of DNA from two or more organisms.
Any DNA molecule formed by joining DNA segments from different sources. Recombinant DNAs are widely used in the cloning of genes, in the genetic modification of organisms, and in molecular biology generally.
A composite molecule made by artificially joining DNA molecules from two different sources.
DNA created by splicing together a specific gene from one organism into the DNA strand of another organism.
("rE-'käm-b&-n&nt) — Procedure used to join together DNA, outside of a cell or organism. The recombinant DNA can then be inserted into a cell and changes — such as more nutrients in a carrot or a chemical to block bugs from potatoes — will be produced in that plant. Differs from genetically engineered bacterium by NOT using a living organism to transfer information.
The hybrid DNA produced by joining DNA that has originated from different organisms – the DNA is ‘recombined’.
Biologically active DNA which has been formed by the in vitro joining of segments of DNA from different sources. It includes the recombination joint or edge of a heteroduplex region where two recombining DNA molecules are connected. MeSH, 1977
A DNA molecule formed by joining two molecules of DNA from different sources using a variety of laboratory methodologies. Example: A human gene may be joined to a small bacterial chromosome, termed a plasmid. This allows the resulting recombinant DNA molecule to be propagated in bacteria in the laboratory, producing large quantities of the isolated human gene for study.
genetically engineered DNA made by recombining fragments of DNA from different organisms
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Laboratory-manipulated DNA that connects segments of DNA from the same or different species in novel order.
rDNA) A DNA sequence produced by artificially joining pieces of DNA from different organisms.
DNA that has been modified so that it contains genes from two different sources. Recombinant technology is often used to produce highly pure therapeutic drugs.
The DNA formed when DNA fragments from more than one organism are spliced together in vitro.
Français] DNA constructed by joining DNA segments from two or more organisms. (See genetic engineering.)
DNA that has been recombined using constituents from different sources
n. DNA which has been altered by joining genetic material from two different sources, usually involving putting a gene from one organism into the genome of a different organism, generally of a different species.
DNA formed by genetic material being arranged into a new combination.
Genetically engineered DNA that is prepared in a laboratory by cutting up DNA molecules and splicing together specific DNA fragments. Usually the DNA that is combined is from more than one species. The spliced DNA can then be used to synthesise proteins. More information can be found at Speaking the language of recombinant DNA (Access Excellence, USA).
A molecule of DNA formed by joining different DNA segments using recombinant DNA technology.
The combination of foreign DNA inserts with vector DNA (e.g., plasmid, phage, cosmid, etc.) to produce a clone within a host.
The new DNA that is formed by combining pieces of DNA from different organisms or cells.
The hybrid DNA produced in the laboratory by joining peices of DNA from different sources.
Any DNA molecule formed by joining DNA segments from different sources. - A strand of DNA synthesised in the laboratory by splicing together selected parts of DNA strands from different organic species, or by adding a selected part to an existing DNA strand.
DNA produced using genetic engineering techniques. Such techniques involve transferring a DNA segment from one organism and inserting it into the DNA of another, possibly unrelated, organism.
genetically engineered DNA (e.g., new DNA produced by joining pieces of DNA from different sources).
The DNA formed by combining segments of DNA from different types of organisms.
Technique of isolating DNA molecules and inserting them into the DNA of a cell. This technique includes taking copies of genes from one organism and inserting them in another organism. The two organisms can be totally unrelated. Recombinant DNA has a variety of uses, such as studying how genes work, and producing medicines such as human insulin and other commercial products. See genetic engineering.
the new DNA resulting from combining two or more types of DNA.
The result of combining DNA fragments from different sources.
A molecule of DNA in which a DNA fragment from a different source has been inserted.
In biotechnology, this is DNA formed by combining DNA from two different sources. The sources may or may not be from different species, but the recombinant DNA so formed has genetic information considered to be more useful than it was in the two separate sources.
DNA molecules that have been created by combining DNA more than one source.
Genetic material that has been altered and recombined in the laboratory by cutting up DNA molecules and splicing together specific DNA fragments. Many drugs, including the hepatitis B vaccines, are produced using recombinant DNA methods.
A molecule of DNA consisting of DNA originating from two or more sources.
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DNA formed by joining separate specific nucleotide sequence pieces isolated from different organisms. The pieces are generated using restriction enzymes, and are spliced together using special ligating enzymes.
A DNA molecule consisting of DNA from different sources; made using restriction enzymes and DNA ligase.
A DNA molecule containing DNA originating from two or more sources.
Genetic material that has been altered and recombined through insertion of new DNA sequences using bioengineering. Many drugs are now produced using recombinant DNA methods.
A novel DNA sequence formed by the combination of two nonhomologous DNA molecules.
DNA molecules created by splicing together two or more different pieces of DNA.
the hybrid DNA produced by joining pieces of DNA from different organisms together in vitro. This is accomplished by inserting a desired DNA sequence into a vector (usually a circular strand of DNA or a virus), which then is introduced into another organism, often a bacterium.
As defined by the NIH, recombinant DNA molecules are either: Molecules which are constructed outside living cells by joining natural or synthetic DNA segments to DNA molecules that can replicate in a living cell or, DNA molecules that result from the replication of those described in 1.
DNA formed external to a living cell by joining DNA from two or more different sources in the laboratory.
See Biotechnology; Genetic Engineering.
A DNA molecule formed by joining two different DNA segments from different sources.
A novel sequence of DNA that is artificially produced by joining segments of DNA.
Partial strands of DNA from different sources which are joined outside of a cell.
A novel DNA sequence formed by the joining, usually in vitro, of two non-homologous DNA molecules.
A variety of techniques that molecular biologists use to manipulate DNA molecules to study the expression of a gene. [ Talking Glossary
DNA molecules in which sequences, not normally contiguous, have been placed next to each other by in vitro methods. ( 10)
DNA formed by the joining of DNA strands into new combinations. DNA from the genes of two organisms is enzymatically spliced (joined) to form one piece of DNA. The ultimate goal of making recombinants is to make fusion proteins or engineer genes to perform specific tasks.
Any DNA molecule formed by joining DNA fragments from different sources. Commonly produced by cutting DNA molecules with restriction enzymes and then joining the resulting fragments from different sources with DNA ligase.
Recombinant DNA (rDNA) is an artificial DNA sequence resulting from the combining of two other DNA sequences in a plasmid. A recombinant protein is a protein produced by an organism after the relevant DNA is inserted into its genome (that is, by a genetically modified organism). This recombines the DNA of two different organisms.