• random
  • These findings provide the first description of wide-scale, random insertional mutagenesis of chromosomes and of germline transmission of a transgene in schistosomes. (paperity.org)
  • The process of disruption or alteration can either be targeted specifically as in the case of gene silencing or homologous recombination or can rely on non-targeted random disruptions (e.g., chemical mutagenesis, transposon mediated mutagenesis) followed by screening a library of individuals for lesions at a specific location. (apsnet.org)
  • This feature makes it somewhat more predictable than retroviruses, which present the threat of a random insertion and of mutagenesis, which is sometimes followed by development of a cancer. (wikipedia.org)
  • mobile
  • mobile fruitful download insertional media measured inscribed, and it was used that these users argue repeated by collapse of grant from the Markov-additive self to the performance. (patriciasyarns.com)