• Post
  • Publication
  • Plasmid
  • Following (1)
  • Follower (0)

What is solid tumor?As a main type of cancers, solid tumor refers to an abnormal clump of cells (containing no liquid or cysts) that can divide uncontrollably and are capable of invading other tissues. The term in discussing cancerous tumors is used to distinguish between a ...Learn More

To halt the global pandemic, solutions are needed to rapidly construct the SARS-CoV-2 genome, genome variants, genome parts for use in the generation of a vaccine and customized oligonucleotide probes and primers for better detection of the virus. Synthetic biologists can use a ...Learn More

According to NIH National Human Genome Research Institute, synthetic biology is a field of science that involves redesigning organisms for useful purposes by engineering them to have new abilities. Synthetic biologists can create microorganisms harnessed for bioremediation to ...Learn More

What are the necessary components of a plasmid? A plasmid contains three necessary functional regions: an origin of replication, a polylinker to clone the gene of interest (called multiple cloning site where the restriction enzymes cleave), and an antibiotic resistance gene ...Learn More

What's the difference between a plasmid and a vector?A plasmid is a small circular DNA element, which is capable to carry several genes. Plasmid size can be varied from less than 1.0 kb to more than 200 kb.A vector refers to a self-replicating DNA fragment, which can be used to ...Learn More

This guy hasn’t publications anything yet.

This guy hasn’t plasmids anything yet.

Hot plasmids

This guy has no follower now.

Cloud Scientists
  • Beate Escher photo

    Beate Escher

    Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research–UFZ

  • Dimitri Kullmann photo

    Dimitri Kullmann

    UCL Queen Squaree Institute of Neurology

  • Changhao Bi photo

    Changhao Bi

    Tianjin Institute of Industrial Biotechnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

About Us · User Accounts and Benefits · Privacy Policy · Management Center · FAQs
© 2020 MolecularCloud