The technique, developed by a team at the University of California, San Diego, uses bacterial artificial chromosomes (BACs) to insert defective copies of genes into stem cells.
What does BAC stand for?
BAC stands for Bacterial Artificial Chromosome
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This whole-genome array of 2600 bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) clones (Spectral Genomics, Inc.
We have also developed the capabilities of producing arrays that utilize bacterial artificial chromosomes on our arrays, also enabling genetic analysis.
These mapped bacterial artificial chromosome clones were chosen specifically for their physical coverage of EWS and WT1 (www.
NIAS and STAFF will produce a draft sequence of the genome from the Bacterial Artificial Chromosome region commissioned by the Sanger Institute.
Three bacterial artificial chromosomes (BAC-E7, BAC-22, BAC-C8) located in a breakpoint fragment from AF4 (on chromosome 4) were investigated in a similar manner.
The newer techniques, like FISH and CGH to bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) clones, can identify abnormalities as small as 0.