cotransfer

cotransfer

(kəʊˈtrænsfɜː)
n
a simultaneous transfer of multiple genes
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Erythromycin- and copper-resistant Enterococcus hirae from marine sediment and cotransfer of erm(B) and tcrB to human Enterococcus faecalis.
Moreover, no significant difference between Tregs expressing the IL-21R and Tregs lacking the IL-21R could be detected in cotransfer experiments.
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They were suggesting cotransfer of these resistance genes along with VRE for the higher percentage of HLGR in their study.
Transgenic rice have been produced by cotransfer of two different cry genes with resistance to two different insect pests (Maqbool et al., 2001).
Cotransfer of vancomycin and other resistance genes from Enterococcus faecalis NCTC12201 to Staphylococcus aureus.
In addition, authors found that cotransfer of [CD25.sup.+] T regulatory cells lead to a protective effect whereas this protection was lost upon depletion of Tregs during the transfer.
Although the transfer of B6 spleen cells led to a reduction in the number of total spleen cells in F1 mice and host cells, cotransfer of IL-22Ab significantly inhibited donor cell expansion and the reduction in the number of host cells, whereas cotransfer of control anti-IgG did not (Figure 2(c)).
Murray, "Cotransfer of antibiotic resistance genes and a hylEfm-containing virulence plasmid in Enterococcus faecium" Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, vol.
The defective suppression activity of SOCS1-deficient Tregs from LckCre-cKO mice was confirmed through the failure to suppress colitis in Rag2-deficient mice by the cotransfer of naive T cells and Tregs.
Furthermore, it was shown that the adoptive transfer of Th17 cells from ovalbumin-specific T cell receptor transgenic mice, which are unable to recognize CNS antigens, does not pass the BBB and migrate into CNS, whereas cotransfer of these Th17 cells with MOG-reactive Th17 cells leads to the accumulation of both types of Th17 cells in the CNS (our unpublished data and [10]), which strongly suggests that antigen recognition of Th17 cells is required for severe disruption of the BBB.
Flanking markers and selection for recombination also reduces "linkage drag," which is the reduction in crop performance due to the cotransfer of undesirable traits that are located in the vicinity of the trait of interest [77].