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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. ...
    • Expression of foreign genes using a replicating polyprotein producing virus vector 

      Carrington, James C.; Dolja, Valerian V. (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 1996-02-13)
      The present invention provides an expression vector adapted for expressing heterologous proteins in plants susceptible to a polyprotein-producing plant virus. The vector utilizes the unique ability of viral polyprotein ...
    • Lepidopteran AKH signal sequence 

      Summers, Max D.; Bradfield, James Y.; Keeley, Larry L. (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 1991-06-11)
      A baculovirus expression vector system is constructed wherein the natural signal DNA peptide sequence associated with the desired foreign gene, such as CD4 (T cell surface protein T4) is replaced by the signal DNA sequence ...
    • Method to improve the efficiency of processing and secretion of foreign genes in insect systems 

      Summers, Max D. (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 1994-01-11)
      The engineering of foreign vertebrate gene constructs by recombinant DNA techniques for the more efficient processing and secretion of foreign genes in insect systems is done by replacing the foreign vertebrate protein ...
    • Potyvirus vectors for the expression of foreign genes 

      Carrington, James C.; Dolja, Valerian V. (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 1998-06-16)
      The present invention provides an expression vector adapted for expressing heterologous proteins in plants susceptible to a polyprotein-producing plant virus. The vector utilizes the unique ability of viral polyprotein ...