DNA in which one or more segments or genes have been inserted, either naturally or by laboratory manipulation, from a different molecule or from another part of the same molecule, resulting in a new genetic combination.
- Recombinant DNA technology
noun, Genetics. 1. any of various techniques for separating and recombining segments of DNA or genes, often employing a restriction enzyme to cut a gene from a donor organism and inserting it into a plasmid or viral DNA for transplantation into a host organism, where the gene causes the production of a desired substance either […]
recombinase re·com·bi·nase (rē-kŏm’bə-nās’, -nāz’) n. An enzyme that catalyzes genetic recombination.
[ree-kom-buh-ney-shuh n] /ˌri kɒm bəˈneɪ ʃən/ Genetics. 1. the formation of new combinations of genes, either naturally, by crossing over or independent assortment, or in the laboratory by direct manipulation of genetic material. recombination /ˌriːkɒmbɪˈneɪʃən/ noun 1. (genetics) any of several processes by which genetic material of different origins becomes combined. It most commonly occurs […]
verb (used with object), combined, combining. 1. to bring into or join in a close union or whole; unite: She combined the ingredients to make the cake. They combined the two companies. 2. to possess or exhibit in union: a plan that combines the best features of several other plans. 3. to harvest (grain) with […]