flp-frp recombinase


flp-frp recombinase
(Pronounced: "flip-furp") Yeast system for DNA rearrangement. In the presence of "flippase", a stretch of DNA flanked by matching frp sites is excised, and the ends rejoined. An example of a cassette mechanism.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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