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Paul F Umbeck: Genetic engineering of cotton plants and lines. Agracetus, Quarles & Brady, April 2, 1991: US05004863 (195 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed to achieve genetic transformation of cotton plants and lines. Immature cotton tissues are genetically transformed in vitro, by Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation. The resultant cotton tissues are subjected to a selection agent or agents to screen for transformants. T ...


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Paul F Umbeck: Genetic engineering of cotton plants and lines. Agracetus, Quarles & Brady, October 27, 1992: US05159135 (192 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed to achieve genetic transformation of cotton plants and lines. Immature cotton tissues are genetically transformed in vitro, by Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation. The resultant cotton tissues are subjected to a selection agent or agents to screen for transformants. T ...


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Maliyakal E John, Paul F Umbeck, Winston J Brill: Genetically engineering cotton plants for altered fiber. Monsanto Company, Quarles & Brady, November 9, 1999: US05981834 (129 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed which describes the identification of cDNA clones useful for identifying fiber genes in cotton. The cDNA clones are useful in developing corresponding genomic clones from fiber producing plants to enable genetic engineering of cotton and other plants using these genes. The fibe ...


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Kenneth A Barton, Paul F Umbeck: Insecticidal cotton plants. Agracetus, Quarles & Brady, March 4, 1997: US05608142 (109 worldwide citation)

A plant expression vector is constructed to cause the expression of an amino-terminal portion of the Bacillus thuringiensis delta-endotoxin gene in plant cells and the vector is used to create transgenic plants expressing the toxin. A truncated form of the toxin is used, with carboxy-terminal prolin ...


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Maliyakal E John, Paul F Umbeck, Winston J Brill: Genetically engineering cotton plants for altered fiber. Agracetus, Quarles & Brady, January 28, 1997: US05597718 (62 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed which describes the identification of cDNA clones useful for identifying fiber genes in cotton. The cDNA clones are useful in developing corresponding genomic clones from fiber producing plants to enable genetic engineering of cotton and other plants using these genes. The fibe ...


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Kenneth A Barton, Paul F Umbeck: Expression of proteins in plants using an AMV coat protein leader sequence. Monsanto Company, Timothy K Ball, Dennis R Hoerner, March 14, 2000: US06037527

A plant expression vector is constructed to cause the expression of an amino-terminal portion of the Bacillus thuringiensis delta-endotoxin gene in plant cells and the vector is used to create transgenic plants expressing the toxin. A truncated form of the toxin is used, with carboxy-terminal prolin ...


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Paul F Umbeck: Genetic engineering of cotton plants and lines. Agracetus, ZHANG QIXIA, August 24, 1988: CN87107233

A method is disclosed to achieve genetic transformation of cotton plants and lines. Immature cotton tissues are genetically transformed in vitro, by Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation. The resultant cotton tissues are subjected to a selection agent or agents to screen for transformants. T ...



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