Medical Definition of Bacterial transformation

1. A genetics lab procedure where bacteria are induced to accept and incorporate into their genome foreign pieces of cell-less, isolated DNA, often in the form of a plasmid. The DNA to be introduced usually contains a selectable marker so that the bacteria which successfully incorporate the DNA can be selected for. (09 Oct 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bacterial Transformation

bacterial infection
bacterial infections
bacterial infections and mycoses
bacterial interference
bacterial meningitides
bacterial meningitis
bacterial outer membrane proteins
bacterial peliosis
bacterial pericarditis
bacterial physiology
bacterial plaque
bacterial pneumonia
bacterial proteins
bacterial toxin
bacterial toxins
bacterial transformation (current term)
bacterial translocation
bacterial transposition
bacterial typing techniques
bacterial vaccines
bacterial vegetations
bacterial virus
bacterial wilt disease
bacterialization
bacterializations
bacterially
bacterials
bacterias
bacteric

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