TETR


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TETRTetracycline Repressor (protein)
TETRTelephone Excise Tax Refund (US IRS)
TETRTouchdown Enzyme Time Release (sexually transmitted disease detection)
TetRThree Engineered Tet Repressor (biophysics)
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6] The Forms 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ Totals includes the marginal effects of the 2007 TETR and 2008 Economic Stimulus Package.
Three of these (the Tn1721 tetR promoter, phage [lambda] [P.
In light of this consideration, it is interesting that in the 15 mRNAs with no leaders or with leaders of only one nucleotide before an AUG sequence, three of the upstream AUG triplets are known start codons (for the [lambda] cI, Tn1721 tetR, and phage P2 gene V coding regions) while 9 of the remaining twelve are blocked by in-frame stop codons from 2 to 9 codons downstream.
Microbial sequence I2 was identified as a homolog of the tetR bacterial transcription factor family, which is frequently present in CD colonic lesions (43%) but not in other colonic specimens (79).
An stx2-encoding prophage is responsible for the toxigenic properties of this strain, and multidrug-resistance loci are present, including a chromosomal tetR loci, and the plasmid-encoded CTX-M-15, TEM-1, and tellurite resistance--encoding loci (ter) (14).
However, an earlier report by Briggs and Fratamico (5) clearly established that the florfenicol resistance genes and the tetracycline resistance genes tetG and tetR in the Salmonella genomic island 1 (SGI1) were surrounded by non-antimicrobial-drug resistance DNA.
These and other genes normally associated with ISCR2 were therefore analyzed; these included dhfrA10, dhfrA9, dhfrA20,floR, tetR, strA, sul2, and glmM encoding a truncated phosphoglucosamine mutase.
Flanked by these two integron structures are the floR gene, which confers cross-resistance to Cm and Ff, and the tetracycline-resistance genes tetR and tet(G) (5,6).
Flanked by these two integron structures are the floR gene (8), also called floSt (11) or cm1A-like (9), which confers cross-resistance to Cm and Ff, and the tetracycline-resistance genes tetR and tet(G).
Thus, these PCR mapping results indicated the presence of floR, tetR, and tet(G) genes and the second integron carrying the pse-1 gene.
Flanked by these two integron structures are the floR gene (6), also called floSt (11) or cmlA-like (9), which confers cross-resistance to chloramphenicol and florfenicol, and the tetracycline-resistance genes tetR and tet (G).