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*  Lysogeny broth
... (LB), a nutritionally rich medium, is primarily used for the growth of bacteria. The initialism is also commonly ... The formula of the LB medium was published in 1951 in the first paper of Bertani on lysogeny. In this article he described the ... According to its creator Giuseppe Bertani, the abbreviation LB was actually intended to stand for lysogeny broth. ... "Lysogeny at mid-twentieth century: P1, P2, and other experimental systems". Journal of Bacteriology. 186 (3): 595-600. doi: ...
*  Viral transformation
This process is called lysogeny. As shown in Figure 2, a bacteriophage lands on a cell and pins itself to the cell. The phage ... "Lysogeny". Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved 8 April 2014. "Two Life Cycles of a Virus". Retrieved 8 April 2014. "The cycle of ...
*  Lambda phage
An important distinction here is that between the two decisions; lysogeny and lysis on infection, and continuing lysogeny or ... Lysogeny is maintained solely by cI. cI represses transcription from PL and PR while upregulating and controlling its own ... Int and xis are integration and excision proteins vital to lysogeny. xis and int are found on the same piece of mRNA, so ... Low temperature, starvation of the cells and high multiplicity of infection (MOI) are known to favor lysogeny (see later ...
*  Cyanophages
Ortmann, Alice C.; Lawrence, Janice E.; Suttle, Curtis A. (2002). "Lysogeny and lytic viral production during a bloom of the ... PMC 3911526 . McDaniel, Lauren; Houchin, Lee A.; Williamson, Shannon J.; Paul, John P. (2002). "Plankton blooms - Lysogeny in ...
*  Bacteriocinogen
PATERSON, A. C. (1 June 1965). "Bacteriocinogeny and Lysogeny in the Genus Pseudomonas". Journal of General Microbiology. 39 (3 ...
*  Plasmaviridae
Lysogeny involves integration into the host chromosome. "Viral Zone". ExPASy. Retrieved 15 June 2015. ICTV. "Virus Taxonomy: ...
*  Brain heart infusion
Lysogeny broth "Brain Heart Infusion Broth (Powder)". US Biological. Archived from the original on 29 March 2014. "5-1: ...
*  Phage ecology
Barksdale L, Arden SB (1974). "Persisting bacteriophage infections, lysogeny, and phage conversions". Annu. Rev. Microbiol. 28 ... including rates of reduction to lysogeny rates of lysogen induction the tendency of at least some phage to enter into (and then ...
*  Temperateness (virology)
Persisting bacteriophage infections, lysogeny, and phage conversions. Annu. Rev. Microbiol. 28:265-299.. ... its ability to display lysogeny through mutation rather than a phage lineage with no genetic potential to ever display lysogeny ...
*  CII protein
Once lysogeny is established, cII is no longer needed, and thus is turned off. It serves as the switch element for establishing ... Lysogeny is therefore also favored in cells infected by multiple phages. cII levels during infection exhibit extensive post- ... lysogeny), or replicate and kill the host (lysis). cII is the central "switchman" in the lambda phage bistable genetic switch, ... Thus lysogeny is favored when cells are starved. Finally, if a bacterial cell is infected by multiple bacteriophages, the level ...
*  Corynebacterium uropygiale
... grows on complex media supplemented with monounsaturated fatty acids (e. g. Lysogeny Broth (LB) agar ...
*  Lysogenic cycle
Lysogeny, or the lysogenic cycle, is one of two cycles of viral reproduction (the lytic cycle being the other). Lysogeny is ... The model organism for studying lysogeny is lambda phage. Prophage integration, maintenance of lysogeny, induction, and control ...
*  A. Dale Kaiser
He was especially concerned with the control mechanisms for lysogeny. He found one of the first examples of self-regulation of ...
*  Guanosine pentaphosphate
Modest ppGpp levels favor lysogeny by leading to low HflB (FtsH). When ppGpp is either absent or high, HflB protease levels are ... and paQ promoters in vivo and have effects in vitro that seem to favor lysogeny. In contrast, absent or high concentrations of ... high; this leads to lower CII (a lysogeny-promoting phage protein) and favors lysis. One of the key elements of promoters ...
*  Bacteriophage
Those phages able to undergo lysogeny are known as temperate phages. Their viral genome will integrate with host DNA and ...
*  Virome
"Metagenomic analysis of lysogeny in Tampa Bay: implications for prophage gene expression". PLOS ONE. 3 (9): e3263. doi:10.1371/ ...
*  Transduction (genetics)
"Lysogeny: the λ Paradigm and the Role of Lysogenic Conversion in Bacterial Pathogenesis". Molecular Genetics of Bacteria (4th ...
*  Zygotic induction
When the F− was lysogenic for λ, lysogeny was mapped to the gal locus. However, when the Hfr parent was lysogenic, lysogeny (i. ...
*  Virulence-related outer membrane protein family
The phage protein Lom is expressed during lysogeny, and encode host-cell envelope proteins. Lom is found in the bacterial outer ... It has been suggested that lysogeny may generally have a role in bacterial survival in animal hosts, and perhaps in ...
*  Luz24likevirus
In addition, their genome (around 45kb) does not encode obvious genes indicative of lysogeny. Genomes are linear, around 45kb ...
*  Maharani Chakravorty
At BHU, she undertook research for understanding the biochemical differences between cells undergoing lysogeny and those ...
*  Growth medium
The most common growth media for microorganisms are nutrient broths (liquid nutrient medium) or LB medium (lysogeny broth). ...
*  Tryptone
... is commonly used in microbiology to produce lysogeny broth for the growth of E. coli and other microorganisms. It ...
*  Cre-Lox recombination
Phages like the lambda phage use their site specific recombinases to integrate their DNA into the host genome during lysogeny. ...
*  Super Optimal Broth
It was developed by Douglas Hanahan in 1983 and is an adjusted version of the commonly used LB media (lysogeny broth). Growth ...