Transgenic

An organism in which a foreign DNA gene (a transgene) is incorporated into its genome early in de- velopment. The transgene is present in both somatic and germ cells, is expressed in one or more tissues, and is inherited by offspring in a Mendelian fashion. See Transgenic animal, Transgenic plant.
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transgenic

Carrying one or more genes introduced using recombinant DNA technology.
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Transgenic

An organism whose genome has been altered to include new genes from the same or different species.
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transgenic

Adjective used to describe animals carrying a gene introduced by micro-injecting DNA into the nucleus of the fertilized egg.
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Transgenic

Transgenic: Having genetic material (DNA) from another species. This term can be applied to an organism that has genes from another organism. It is understood that the foreign genes are in the transgenic animal's germ-cell DNA and so can be transmitted from one generation to the next.
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Transgenic

An organism containing a gene which has been artificially transferred from a member of another species.
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transgenic

Adjective describing an organism (usually plant or animal) that contains a transgene.
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transgenic

<molecular biology> This term describes an organism that has had genes from another organism put into its genome through recombinant DNA techniques. ... Origin: Gr. Gennan = to produce ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Transgenic

An experimentally produced organism in which DNA has been artificially introduced and incorporated into the organism's germ line.
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transgenic

An experimentally produced organism in which DNA has been artificially introduced and incorporated into the organism's germ line, usually by injecting the foreign DNA into the nucleus of a fertilized embryo.
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transgenic

Type: Term Pronunciation: trans-jen′ik Definitions: 1. Referring to an organism in which new DNA has been introduced into the germ cells by injection into the nucleus of the ovum.
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Transgenic

An experimentally produced organism in which DNA has been artificially introduced and incorporated into the organism's germ line.
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Transgenic

An experimentally produced organism in which dna has been artificially introduced and incorporated i
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Transgenic

An experimentally produced organism in which dna has been artificially introduced and incorporated i
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Transgenic

Organism/s that have had foreign DNA inserted into their genome.
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