Malcolm J. Fraser performs integrative study on Gene and Functional genomics. He performs multidisciplinary study on Functional genomics and Genomics in his works. Malcolm J. Fraser combines Genomics and Computational biology in his studies. Malcolm J. Fraser performs multidisciplinary studies into Computational biology and Gene in his work. As part of his studies on Genetics, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Selectable marker. Selectable marker is closely attributed to Genetics in his study. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Transposable element and Mutagenesis in his work. Malcolm J. Fraser combines topics linked to Mutant with his work on Mutagenesis. The study of Mutant is intertwined with the study of Insertional mutagenesis in a number of ways.
Transposase, Retrotransposon and Sleeping Beauty transposon system are inherently bound to his Transposable element studies. Malcolm J. Fraser is investigating Recombinant DNA as part of his Spodoptera and Vector (molecular biology) and Recombinant DNA study. His study connects Transposase and Genetics. Malcolm J. Fraser performs multidisciplinary study on Gene and Cell biology in his works. Malcolm J. Fraser integrates many fields, such as Cell biology and Molecular biology, in his works. He incorporates Molecular biology and Biochemistry in his studies. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Recombinant DNA and Biochemistry. By researching both Genome and Retrotransposon, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His Virology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Dengue virus.
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Production of human beta interferon in insect cells infected with a baculovirus expression vector.
G E Smith;M D Summers;M J Fraser.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (1983)
Germline transformation of the silkworm Bombyx mori L. using a piggyBac transposon-derived vector
Toshiki Tamura;Chantal Thibert;Corinne Royer;Toshio Kanda.
Nature Biotechnology (2000)
Transposon mutagenesis of baculoviruses: analysis of Trichoplusia ni transposon IFP2 insertions within the FP-locus of nuclear polyhedrosis viruses.
Lynne Csiszar Cary;Michael Goebel;Bartholomew G. Corsaro;Hwei Gene Wang.
Molecular Engineering of the Autographa californica Nuclear Polyhedrosis Virus Genome: Deletion Mutations Within the Polyhedrin Gene
Gale E. Smith;M. J. Fraser;Max D. Summers.
Journal of Virology (1983)
Precise excision of TTAA-specific lepidopteran transposons piggyBac (IFP2) and tagalong (TFP3) from the baculovirus genome in cell lines from two species of Lepidoptera.
Fraser Mj;Ciszczon T;Elick T;Bauser C.
Insect Molecular Biology (1996)
Acquisition of Host Cell DNA Sequences by Baculoviruses: Relationship Between Host DNA Insertions and FP Mutants of Autographa californica and Galleria mellonella Nuclear Polyhedrosis Viruses.
M. J. Fraser;Gale E. Smith;Max D. Summers.
Journal of Virology (1983)
The lepidopteran transposon vector, piggyBac, mediates germ-line transformation in the Mediterranean fruit fly
Alfred M. Handler;Susan D. McCombs;Malcolm J. Fraser;Stephen H. Saul.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1998)
Silkworms transformed with chimeric silkworm/spider silk genes spin composite silk fibers with improved mechanical properties
Florence Teulé;Yun-Gen Miao;Bong-Hee Sohn;Young-Soo Kim.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Assay for Movement of Lepidopteran Transposon IFP2 in Insect Cells Using a Baculovirus Genome as a Target DNA
Malcolm J. Fraser;Lynne Cary;Kitima Boonvisudhi;Hwei-Gene Heidi Wang.
Molecular evolutionary analysis of the widespread piggyBac transposon family and related "domesticated" sequences
A. Sarkar;C. Sim;Y. S. Hong;J. R. Hogan.
Molecular Genetics and Genomics (2003)
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