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Genetic engineering: from bacteria to plant genes



Genetic engineering: from bacteria to plant genes



Microbial utilization of renewable resources Vol 7 NRCT, NUS, DOST, JSPS Joint Seminar on Biotechnology, 22-26 December 1990, Songkla, Thailand, and Singapore: 144-157



An overview of the current state of genetic engineering is presented. With progress in recombinant DNA technology, the techniques are now available to isolate and manipulate genes for the purpose of studying either gene regulation or str. improvement. For example, the chromosomal DNA fragments of Bacillus pumilus IPO, a potent xylan hydrolysing bacterium, were cloned and expressed in Escherichia coli.

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