nonrecombinant


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non·re·com·bi·nant

 (nŏn′rē-kŏm′bə-nənt)
adj.
Not resulting from or involved in genetic recombination: nonrecombinant microbial cells.

nonrecombinant

(ˌnɒnriːˈkɒmbɪnənt)
adj
(Genetics) genetics not involved in or produced by genetic recombination
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Altered recombination affects nondisjunction; nonrecombinant chromosomes are susceptible to nondisjunction because of reduced connections among homologous chromosome pairs (Ferguson et al.
For analysis, sequences from the two mitochondrial genes were concatenated, since they are nonrecombinant and evolve as a unit.
All sequences were confirmed as being nonrecombinant by using Recombination Detection Program version 4 (26).
The nonrecombinant iVDPV1 isolates had 10-12 nucleotide substitutions from Sabin 1 vaccine virus in the 906-nucleotide VP1 capsid protein coding region.
Digestion of the recombinant plasmid produced two fragments of 4243 and 1 626 bp, but nonrecombinant plasmid gave rise to only one DNA hand (Figure 2).
The probabilistic structure implies that the market evolves as a discrete, nonrecombinant tree (hence, suitable for incomplete markets).
Second, the fixation of different alleles between the two species may be confounded by recombination, resulting in longer evolutionary timeframes for lineage assortment to occur than what would be expected for mtDNA, which is typically nonrecombinant and clonally inherited.
Such drugs include recombinant and nonrecombinant therapeutic products, vaccine products, allergenic products, in vivo diagnostics, plasma derivative products, blood and blood products, gene therapy products and so forth, which are all subject to the GMP requirements contained in section 501(a)(2)(B) FDCA.
n] are the number of recombinant and nonrecombinant genotypes, respectively, between two loci (Haldane and Waddington, 1931).
Nod+, also called the USDA Patented Strain, "is derived through nonrecombinant means, so you don't have to worry about foreign genes in the bacterium's DNA," adds Kuykendall, with ARS' Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland.
Because recombinant factor is both expensive and sometimes scarce, patients may also receive "old-fashioned" nonrecombinant products that are fractionated from human plasma.