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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 ...
Precisely regulated expression of deleterious genes
(United States. Patent and Trademark Office, 1993-03-23)
The invention relates to an expression vector system based on the regulation of bacterial luminescence (the lux gene system). The invention further relates to the construction of a precisely regulatable expression vector ...
Process for producing a cloned luciferase-synthesizing microorganism
(United States. Patent and Trademark Office, 1986-04-08)
A process for producing a cloned luciferase-synthesizing microorganism, capable of the expression of bioluminescence, is disclosed. The process involves isolation and digestion of the genomic DNA of an appropriate ...