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DNA encoding Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae hemolysin
(United States. Patent and Trademark Office, 1997-06-24)
This invention discloses the DNA sequences coding for the Actinobacillus pleuropneumonia hemolysin(s). It further discloses a method of producing the A. pleuropneumoniae hemolysin(s) from recombinant cells. It also provides ...
MHC II analog from Staphylococcus aureus
(United States. Patent and Trademark Office, 1997-07-15)
Staphylococcus aureus can bind a number of different extracellular matrix proteins. Recent studies have shown that one particular Staphylococcus protein has the capacity of binding several different matrix proteins. The ...
Use of bacterial luciferase structural genes for cloning and monitoring gene expression in microorganisms and for tagging and identification of genetically engineered organisms
(United States. Patent and Trademark Office, 1993-06-22)
A host microorganism is genetically and stably modified by the insertion into any of its non-essential chromosomal location of a non-homologous, recombinant foreign DNA fragment, maintaining an insertion of a luxAB gene ...