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An organism in which a foreign DNA gene (a transgene) is incorporated into its genome early in development. The transgene is present in both somatic and germ cells, is expressed in one or more tissues, and is inherited by offspring in a Mendelian fashion.
 
An organism in which a foreign DNA gene (a transgene) is incorporated into its genome early in development. The transgene is present in both somatic and germ cells, is expressed in one or more tissues, and is inherited by offspring in a Mendelian fashion.
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Latest revision as of 15:48, 10 October 2019

An organism in which a foreign DNA gene (a transgene) is incorporated into its genome early in development. The transgene is present in both somatic and germ cells, is expressed in one or more tissues, and is inherited by offspring in a Mendelian fashion.




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