recombinational

recombinational

(ˌriːkɒmbɪˈneɪʃənəl)
adj
belonging or relating to recombination
References in periodicals archive ?
The phylogenetic and recombinational analysis of beak and feather disease virus Taiwan isolates, [published correction appears in Arch Virol.
Nucleotide sequences of a feline leukemia virus subgroup A envelope gene and long terminal repeat and evidence for the recombinational origin of subgroup B viruses.
An immediate example of microchimerism which readers will be familiar with, is in various B and T cell lineages, where V/D/J recombinational events give rise to cell populations with relatively small variations from their progenitors.
SSB is involved in recombinational repair of double-strand break damage in DNA and is thought to be associated with natural competence.
Tester strains were analyzed for their spontaneous mutation rate and genotypic characteristics such as mutations at his, bio loci (histidine andbiotin dependency), rfa mutation (defective lipopolysaccharide (LPS) layer that coats the cell surface), and uvrB deletion (eliminating the accurate excision repair mechanism) and for the presence of plasmids pKM101 (enhancing error-prone recombinational DNA repair pathway and also conferring ampicillin resistance) by Xenometrix and confirmed their genetic integrity.
Hammer, "The [beta]-globin recombinational hotspot reduces the effects of strong selection around HbC, a recently arisen mutation providing resistance to malaria," American Journal of Human Genetics, vol.
The 5' end of pilE gene may be the target of recombinational deletion mechanism that result in ON to OFF variant.20-22
de Dinechin et al., "Recombinational and physical mapping of the locus for primary open-angle glaucoma (GLC1A) on chromosome 1q23-q25," Genomics, vol.
Tarsounas, "RAD51 paralogs: roles in DNA damage signalling, recombinational repair and tumorigenesis," Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology, vol.
Baudat et al., "Recombinational DNA double-strand breaks in mice precede synapsis," Nature Genetics, vol.
Katzen, "Gateway([R]) recombinational cloning: a biological operating system," Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery, vol.