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    • Assessing Tn5 and sleeping beauty for transpositional transgenesis by cytoplasmic injection into bovine and ovine zygotes 

      Bevacqua, Romina Jimena; Fernández y Martin, Rafael; Canel, Natalia Gabriela; Gibbons, Alejandro Eduardo; Texeira, D.I.A.; Lange, F.; Vans Landschoot, Geraldina; Savy, Virginia; Briski, Olinda; Hiriart, María Inés; Grueso, Esther; Ivics, Zoltán; Taboga, Oscar Alberto; Kues, Wilfried A.; Ferraris, S.R.; Salamone, Daniel Felipe (2017-03-16)
      Transgenic domestic animals represent an alternative to bioreactors for large-scale production of biopharmaceuticals and could also provide more accurate biomedical models than rodents. However, their generation remains ...
    • Exploring the ancestral mechanisms of regulation of horizontally acquired nitrogenases 

      Pascuan, Cecilia Gabriela; Fox, Ana Romina; Soto, Gabriela Cinthia; Ayub, Nicolás Daniel (Springer, 2015-10)
      The vast majority of Pseudomonas species are unable to fix atmospheric nitrogen. Although several studies have demonstrated that some strains belonging to the genus Pseudomonas sensu stricto do have the ability to fix ...
    • Plant growth-promoting genes can switch to be virulence factors via horizontal gene transfer 

      Stritzler, Margarita; Soto, Gabriela; Ayub, Nicolás Daniel (Springer, 2018-10)
      There are increasing evidences that horizontal gene transfer (HGT) is a critical mechanism of bacterial evolution, while its complete impact remains unclear. A main constraint of HGT effects on microbial evolution seems ...
    • Transgénesis: una moderna biotecnología reproductiva en animales de interés zootécnico 

      Gibbons, Alejandro Eduardo; Bevacqua, Romina Jimena; Fernández y Martin, Rafael; Pereyra Bonnet, Federico Alberto; Bruno Galarraga, María Macarena; Salamone, Daniel Felipe; Cueto, Marcela Isabel (Gerencia de Comunicación e Imagen Institucional, DNA SICC, INTA, 2014-08)
      Los continuos avances en el conocimiento de la biología molecular han permitido un gran progreso de la ciencia, mediante la modificación genética tanto de virus, bacterias como de organismos superiores. Estos procedimientos ...
    • Type VI secretion system in pathogenic escherichia coli: structure, role in virulence, and acquisition 

      Navarro-García, Fernando; Ruiz-Perez, Fernando; Cataldi, Angel Adrian; Larzabal, Mariano (Frontiers Media, 2019-08)
      Bacterial pathogens utilize a myriad of mechanisms to invade mammalian hosts, damage tissue sites, and evade the immune system. One essential strategy of Gram-negative bacteria is the secretion of virulence factors through ...