Bacterial Transformation- definition, principle, steps, examples

Bacterial Transformation

Bacterial Transformation Definition Bacterial transformation is the transfer of free DNA released from a donor bacterium into the extracellular environment that results in assimilation and usually an expression of the newly acquired trait in a recipient bacterium. This process doesn’t require a living donor cell and only requires free DNA in the environment. The recipient … Read more Bacterial Transformation- definition, principle, steps, examples

Virus Cultivation- Purposes and Methods

Virus Cultivation- Purposes and Methods

Virus Cultivation- Purposes and Methods Viruses are obligate intracellular parasites so they depend on host for their survival. They cannot be grown in non-living culture media or on agar plates alone, they must require living cells to support their replication. The primary purposes of virus cultivation is: To isolate and identify viruses in clinical samples. … Read more Virus Cultivation- Purposes and Methods