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  • Inventor(s):
    John H. Adams, Malcolm J. Fraser, Bharath Balu, Douglas A. Shoue
    Patent Number:
    US 7932088 B2
    Description:

    The present invention provides molecular methods for efficiently transforming the genome of common disease-transmitting parasites, such as Plasmodium falciparum. The transformation efficiencies are improved up to 100 times over those conventionally known. The methods provide high saturation of the target parasite genome, of 50% or greater, and target non-specifically TTAA-rich sites in the parasite genome. The invention also discloses a model that may be used to functionally annotate the geno…

    Date Issued:
    2011-04-26
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  • Inventor(s):
    Paul D. Shirk, Malcolm J. Fraser, Teresa A. Elick, Omaththage P. Perera
    Patent Number:
    US 6551825 B2
    Description:

    The present invention is directed to nucleic acid and amino acid sequences for transformation constructs containing piggyBac or tagalong transposable elements. These constructs allow for the precise excision and insertion of heterologous DNA into a host cell.

    Date Issued:
    2003-04-22
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  • Inventor(s):
    Paul D. Shirk, Malcolm J. Fraser, Teresa A. Elick, Omaththage P. Perera
    Patent Number:
    US 6218185 B2
    Description:

    The present invention is directed to nucleic acid and amino acid sequences for transformation constructs containing piggyBac or tagalong transposable elements. These constructs allow for the precise excision and insertion of heterologous DNA into a host cell.

    Date Issued:
    2001-04-17
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  • Inventor(s):
    Malcolm J. Fraser, Xu Li
    Patent Number:
    US 6962810 B2
    Description:

    More efficient transfer of genes into host cells or embryos to transform the cells or embryos is facilitated by transposition vectors using the minimal amount of nucleotide sequences in the transposon piggyBac required for gene transfer. The transformed cells or embryos may be developed into transgenic organisms.

    Date Issued:
    2005-11-08
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  • Inventor(s):
    Malcolm J. Fraser, Xu Li
    Patent Number:
    US 7105343 B2
    Description:

    The present invention provides efficient transfer of genes into host cells or embryos to transform the cells or embryos by transposition vectors using the minimal amount of nucleotide sequences in the transposon piggyBac required for gene transfer. The transformed cells or embryos may also be developed into transgenic organisms.

    Date Issued:
    2006-09-12
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