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Jun Yao et al.
RNA (New York, N.Y.), 12(7), 1271-1281 (2006-06-03)
We show that a targetron based on the Lactococcus lactis Ll.LtrB group II intron can be used for efficient chromosomal gene disruption in the human pathogen Staphylococcus aureus. Targetrons expressed from derivatives of vector pCN37, which uses a cadmium-inducible promoter
Jongoh Shin et al.
ACS synthetic biology, 8(9), 2059-2068 (2019-08-03)
Eubacterium limosum is one of the important bacteria in C1 feedstock utilization as well as in human gut microbiota. Although E. limosum has recently garnered much attention and investigation on a genome-wide scale, a bottleneck for systematic engineering in E.
Yue Chen et al.
Applied and environmental microbiology, 71(11), 7542-7547 (2005-11-05)
In developing Clostridium perfringens as a safe vaccine vector, the alpha toxin gene (plc) in the bacterial chromosome must be permanently inactivated. Disrupting genes in C. perfringens by traditional mutagenesis methods is very difficult. Therefore, we developed a new strategy
Jones, J.P., et al.
Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, 11, 687-694 (2005)
Jin Zhong et al.
Nucleic acids research, 31(6), 1656-1664 (2003-03-11)
Mobile group II introns have been used to develop a novel class of gene targeting vectors, targetrons, which employ base pairing for DNA target recognition and can thus be programmed to insert into any desired target DNA. Here, we have
Courtney L Frazier et al.
Applied and environmental microbiology, 69(2), 1121-1128 (2003-02-07)
Despite their commercial importance, there are relatively few facile methods for genomic manipulation of the lactic acid bacteria. Here, the lactococcal group II intron, Ll.ltrB, was targeted to insert efficiently into genes encoding malate decarboxylase (mleS) and tetracycline resistance (tetM)
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