Thomas Hankeln, Erwin R. Schmidt




Transgenic Organisms and Biosafety




Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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  • BookChapter: Variability of Organ-Specific Expression of Reporter Genes in Transgenic Plants
  • BookChapter: Degradation of Transforming DNA in a Groundwater Aquifer Microcosm by the Extracellular Nuclease of Serratia marcescens SM6 and Application of the Nuclease in a New Conditional Suicide System for Escherichia coli
  • BookChapter: Evaluation of Potential Gene Transfer from Transgenic Plants
  • BookChapter: Quantification of Heat Treatment-Induced Transgene Silencing Using Single Cells of Nicotiana tabacum
  • BookChapter: Can Agrobacteria Be Eliminated from Transgenic Plants?
  • BookChapter: A Conditional Suicide System for Genetically Engineered Bacteria Based on the Endonuclease I Gene of Escherichia coli
  • BookChapter: Range of Expression and Transmission Instability of the Kanamycin-Resistance Reporter Gene in Direct Gene Transfer Experiments
  • BookChapter: Characterization of a Plant Scaffold-Attached Region from a T-DNA Integration Site
  • BookChapter: Instability of Tandem Repetitive DNA in “Natural” and Transgenic Organisms
  • BookChapter: Efficiency of Horizontal Transfer by Natural Genetic Transformation of Plasmids with Homology to the Pseudomonas stutzeri Chromosome and the Effect of DNA Restriction
  • BookChapter: Examination of the Putative Horizontal Gene Transfer from Transgenic Plants to Agrobacteria
  • BookChapter: Gene Transfer Between Organelles and the Nucleus in Lower Eukaryotes
  • BookChapter: Heat-Induced Loss of Transgene Activity Detected and Analysed in Several Transgenic Nicotiana tabacum Lines
  • BookChapter: Horizontal Transfers and the Evolution of Transposable Elements
  • BookChapter: Genetic Stability and Expression of Foreign Genes in Transgenic Lines of the Legume Vicia narbonensis
  • BookChapter: Out in the Open: Field Trials with Genetically Modified Crop Plants in Four European Countries, Chile and the United States
  • BookChapter: From Gene Transfer to Risk Assessment: Experiences with Genetic Variability in Baculoviruses and New Approaches to Analyse the Reaction of Microbial Communities to Stress Factors
  • BookChapter: Gene Transfer in Aspen
  • BookChapter: Gene Dispersal from Transgenic Crops
  • BookChapter: Transposable Elements in Baculoviruses: Their Possible Role in Horizontal Gene Transfer
  • BookChapter: How Will Transgenic Sugar Beets Behave in Natural Plant Communities
  • BookChapter: Expression of Antibody Single-Chain Fragments with Specificities to Structural and Nonstructural Proteins of Beet Necrotic Yellow Vein Virus in Plants: An Alternative Approach To Produce Virus Resistant Plants
  • BookChapter: Accidental Formation of Replication-Competent Viruses from Gene Transfer by Retroviral Vectors
  • BookChapter: Foreign DNA in Mammalian Cells and Organisms
  • BookChapter: Persistence of DNA in the Environment and Its Potential for Bacterial Genetic Transformation
  • BookChapter: Transgenic Expression of a Toxin-Coding Killer Virus of the Yeast Zygosaccharomyces bailii in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Genetic Evidence for a Possible Function of “Cryptic” Mycoviruses in the Evolution of Their Hosts
  • BookChapter: Manufacture of Proteins Based on Recombinant Chinese Hamster Ovary Cells: Assessment of Genetic Issues and Assurance of Consistency and Quality
  • BookChapter: Persistence of DNA in Natural Soils: Adsorption to Particulate Material Provides Protection Against Nucleolytic Degradation
  • BookChapter: Identification and Characterization of Extrachromosomal Circular DNA Released from a Genetically Modified Chromosome of Hansenula polymorpha
  • BookChapter: Preliminary Findings of DNA Transfer from Transgenic Plants to a Wild-Type Strain of Aspergillus niger


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  • Genetic Engineering
  • Cell Biology

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