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    • Agrobacterium tumefaciens transformation of Musa species 

      Arntzen, Charles J.; May, Gregory D. (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 1998-08-11)
      Methods are provided for transforming Musa plants. In particular, methods for wounding meristematic Musa plant tissue to facilitate access of Agrobacterium tumefaciens comprising genetically-engineered T-DNA is provided. ...
    • Cross-reactive displacing antibodies from collagen-binding proteins and method of identification and use 

      Hook, Magnus; Xu, Yi; Speziale, Pietro; Visal, Livia; Casolini, Fabrizia; Patti, Joseph M.; Patel, Pratiksha; Domanski, Paul (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 2007-07-10)
      Antibodies to the CNA protein and to other regions from the collagen binding domain, including domain CNA19, are provided, and antibodies produced in this manner have been shown to be cross reactive to both Staphylococcus ...
    • Feline pancreatic lipase composition and method of preparing and using such composition 

      Steiner, Jorg M.; Williams, David A. (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 2005-02-15)
      A novel form of lipase, namely feline pancreatic lipase (also termed feline classical pancreatic lipase) has an N-terminal amino acid sequence as shown in SEQ ID NO. 1. A method of purifying this lipase includes collecting ...
    • Method and vector for the purification of foreign proteins 

      Jarvis, Donald L.; Carrington, James C. (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 1993-01-12)
      The present invention provides an method for isolating and purifying recombinantly produced proteins. This invention involves the use of an expression vector which includes a nuclear targeting signal sequence which effectively ...
    • Unique nucleotide and amino acid sequence and uses thereof 

      Summers, Max D.; Braunagel, Sharon C.; Hong, Tao (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 2000-01-25)
      Provided are hydrophobic targeting sequences, which may serve to target heterologous proteins to a variety of cellular membranes. In particular, the structural components of the nuclear envelope, or those components which ...