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  1. Transgenic plants

    Atom. RSS Feed. Transgenic plants are plants into which one or more genes from another species have been introduced into the genome, using genetic engineering processes. Techniques include the ...

  2. Transgenic plants: Types, benefits, public concerns and future

    In research, tobacco and Arabidopsis thaliana are the most genetically modified plants, due to well developed transformation methods, easy propagation and well studied genomes. 5 They serve as model organisms for other plant species. Transgenic plants have also been used for bioremediation of contaminated soils.

  3. Recent advances in crop transformation technologies

    The efficient production of transgenic plants relies on two key steps: transformation (the transfer and expression of transgenes into host cells) and regeneration (the ability to form a fertile ...

  4. Frontiers

    The selection of transgenic plants is based on a ... cocultivation in Petri dishes containing coculture medium or hydrated filter paper, needle injury, or tissue ... (2015). Engineering plastid genomes: methods, tools, and applications in basic research and biotechnology. Annu. Rev. Plant Biol. 66, 211-241. doi: 10.1146/annurev-arplant ...

  5. (PDF) Transgenic Crops : Trends, Techniques and Perspective

    Transgenic plants are plants that use genetic. engineering processes to introduce one or more genes. into the genome. The aim is to introduce features of. plants that do not occur naturally among ...

  6. Transgenic and genome-edited fruits: background, constraints ...

    Horticulture Research - Transgenic and genome-edited fruits: background, constraints, benefits, and commercial opportunities ... Transgenic Plant J. 4, ... IFPRI Discussion paper 01866 (2019).

  7. Frontiers

    A large number of transgenic plants can be produced in a relatively short period by A. ... Transgenic research on trees will improve transformation efficiency and enable the safety evaluation of transgenic plants for commercial application. ... Via Agrobacterium-mediated antisense CAD gene transfer for quality paper production. Nat. Acad. Sci ...

  8. Genetically modified crops: current status and future prospects

    Main conclusion While transgenic technology has heralded a new era in crop improvement, several concerns have precluded their widespread acceptance. Alternative technologies, such as cisgenesis and genome-editing may address many of such issues and facilitate the development of genetically engineered crop varieties with multiple favourable traits. Abstract Genetic engineering and plant ...

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    Overview. Transgenic Research is a journal dedicated to the study of transgenic and genome edited higher organisms. Emphasizes on biotechnological applications, intellectual property, ethical issues, societal impact, and regulatory aspects. Aims to bridge the gap between fundamental and applied science in molecular biology and biotechnology.

  10. A Critical Review of the Concept of Transgenic Plants: Insights into

    Using transgenic plants for the production of high-value recombinant proteins for industrial and clinical applications has become a promising alternative to using conventional bioproduction systems, such as bacteria, yeast, and cultured insect and animal cells. This novel system offers several advan …

  11. Current progress and challenges in crop genetic transformation

    The first successful regeneration of a transgenic plant from transformed plant cells expressing a bacterial gene encoding neomycin phosphotransferase dates back to 1983 (Barton et al., 1983; reviewed in Somssich, 2019).This was followed by the report of a leaf disc method for Agrobacterium-mediated transformation and regeneration of plants that was successful for petunia, tobacco and tomato ...

  12. Transgenic approaches for plant disease control: Status and prospects

    The first transgenic disease-resistant plants were developed a quarter of a century ago (Collinge et al., 2008; Fuchs & Gonsalves, 2007) but there are surprisingly few examples of transgenic crop cultivars that are available commercially, although in recent years many have reached field trials (Dangl et al., 2013; Table 1). Several factors are ...

  13. Transgenic plants: from first successes to future applications

    This dialogue was held between the Guest Editors of the Special Issue on "Plant Transgenesis" of the Int. J. Dev. Biol. and Marc De Block. He was one of the first scientists worldwide to obtain transgenic plants transformed with the chimeric selectable marker genes encoding neomycin phosphotransferase and bialaphos that confer resistance against the antibiotic kanamycin and the herbicide Basta ...

  14. Transgenic Plants: Issues and Future Prospects

    Transgenic Plants: Issues and Future Prospects. the desir ed antig en that is fused to vi ral coat pr otein ( Table 4). The infected plants have been repor ted to produce the desired. fusion ...

  15. (PDF) Transgenic plants: an historical perspective

    The paper covers major threats associated with wide-range introduction and cultivation of transgenic plants due to germplasm mixing with that of indigenous species of natural plant communities and ...

  16. Plants

    Assessment of the effects of transgenic plants on microbiota and soil fertility is an important part of the overall assessment of their biosafety. However, the environmental risk assessment of genetically modified plants has long been focused on the aboveground effects. In this review, we discuss the results of two decades of research on the impact of transgenic plants on the physicochemical ...

  17. Trends and Prospects of Genetic and Molecular Research in Plants

    These manuscripts comprise 1 review and 16 research papers, including epigenetics and plant-protein-related gene function studies, genome analysis studies, transcriptome and metabolome studies, gene editing, and crop stress-related studies. ... In Arabidopsis thaliana-overexpression transgenic plants and gene-edited mutants, ASR1 and ASR2 are ...

  18. PE6c greatly enhances prime editing in transgenic rice plants

    Editing efficiencies of seven types of duplex prime editors (PEs) in transgenic rice plants (A) Diagram of the T-DNAs for the seven types of duplex PEs used to generate transgenic rice lines.E9t, OCSt, and HSPt are terminators from pea (Pisum sativum), Agrobacterium, and Arabidopsis, respectively.Hyg, hygromycin-resistance gene.RB and LB, right and left T-DNA borders, respectively. tGly and ...

  19. Transgenic plants

    The plant enzyme Rubisco is the main enzyme converting atmospheric carbon dioxide into biological compounds, however, this enzymatic process is inefficient in vascular plants; this study ...

  20. Transgenic plants in phytoremediation: recent advances and new ...

    Phytoremediation efficiency of plants can be substantially improved using genetic engineering technologies. Recent research results, including overexpression of genes whose protein products are involved in metal uptake, transport, and sequestration, or act as enzymes involved in the degradation of hazardous organics, have opened up new ...

  21. Genetically modified plants and human health

    Genetically modifying a plant. A number of techniques exist for the production of GM plants. The two most commonly employed are the bacterium Agrobacterium tumefaciens, which is naturally able to transfer DNA to plants, and the 'gene gun', which shoots microscopic particles coated with DNA into the plant cell. 1 Generally, individual plant cells are targeted and these are regenerated into ...

  22. Role of transgenic plants in agriculture and biopharming

    The vaccines produced from transgenic plants have high efficiency in passive immunization of bacterial or viral diseases and are currently under clinical trials (Ko and Koprowski, 2005, Ma et al., 2005). The antigens produced by the transgenic plants are also edible that is why the plant-based vaccine production is gaining market day by day.

  23. Transgenic tobacco plants overexpressing a wheat salt stress root

    Background Heat stress is a detrimental abiotic stress that limits the development of many plant species and is linked to a variety of cellular and physiological problems. Heat stress affects membrane fluidity, which leads to negative effects on cell permeability and ion transport. Research reveals that heat stress causes severe damage to cells and leads to rapid accumulation of reactive ...

  24. A review of transgenic animal techniques and their applications

    The transgenic sheep with wool keratin and keratin-associated protein (KAP) genes could be utilized to alter the protein composition of wool fibers, resulting in fiber types with improved processing and wearing qualities . Aquaculture transgenic research is rapidly developing on a global basis. Fish and shellfish have a high fertility rate.

  25. IJMS

    Feature papers represent the most advanced research with significant potential for high impact in the field. ... Gu, X.; Huang, S.; Jiang, W. CsWRKY46, a WRKY transcription factor from cucumber, confers cold resistance in transgenic-plant by regulating a set of cold-stress responsive genes in an ABA-dependent manner. Plant Physiol. Biochem ...

  26. (PDF) Transgenic plants

    Transgenic plants are increasingly becoming a more powerful tool in modern biotechnology. ... Transgenic Research 16, 2007, 169-175. ... This paper examines the demand pull driving biopharming and ...

  27. Frontiers

    Unlike transgenic plants, a major feature of the genome editing is the ability to alter a plant's genome without incorporating foreign DNA (Figure 1B; Malzahn et al., 2017). Application of genome editing in crop improvement is favoured for its cost-effectiveness, ease of use and possibility of speeding up the development of elite varieites.

  28. N-terminal domains of NLR immune receptors exhibit structural and

    Introduction. Immune receptors play a central role in perceiving and responding to host cell invasion by parasitic organisms. In plants, decades of functional genetic research have solidified the role of nucleotide-binding domain and leucine-rich repeat (NLR) proteins as intracellular resistance (R) receptors that provide robust defenses against pathogen infection (Kourelis and van der Hoorn ...