*  Nucleic acid hybridization - Wikipedia
In molecular biology, hybridization (or hybridisation) is a phenomenon in which single-stranded deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) or ... "Nucleic Acid Hybirdizations". DNA - Basics of Structure and Analysis. Retrieved 26 May 2017. Beckman, Mary. "Hybirdization". ... Felsenfeld, G; Miles, HT (1967). "The physical and chemical properties of nucleic acids". Annual Review of Biochemistry. 36: ... Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) is a laboratory method used to detect and locate a DNA sequence, often on a ...
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*  Hybridization probe - Wikipedia
... such as high hybridization temperature and low salt in hybridization buffers, permits only hybridization between nucleic acid ... "Nucleic Acid Hybridizations". www.ndsu.edu. Retrieved 2017-05-26. Amann R, Ludwig W (2000). "Ribosomal RNA-targeted nucleic ... such as nucleic acid and tissue microarrays. Scorpion® probes Molecular Beacon probes TaqMan® probes LNA® (Locked Nucleic Acid ... The probe thereby hybridizes to single-stranded nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) whose base sequence allows probe-target base pairing ...
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*  Chlamydia trachomatis - Wikipedia
Nucleic acid hybridization tests (DNA probe test) also find Chlamydia DNA. A probe test is very accurate, but is not as ... Nucleic acid amplification tests (NAATs) tests find the genetic material (DNA) of Chlamydia bacteria. These tests are the most ... A polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test is an example of a nucleic acid amplification test. This test can also be done on a ...
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*  Cadang-cadang - Wikipedia
This dark tonality only appears when nucleic acid hybridisation occurs. Coconut cadang-cadang disease has no treatment yet. ... The first step is the purification to obtain the nucleic acids of the plant cells. The leaves of the plant located four or more ... Coconuts from Asia and South Pacific have been found to have viroids with similar nucleic acid sequences of CCCVd. The ... the nucleic acids can be extracted by chloroform procedures, for example. When approximately 1 g of coconut tissue has been ...
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*  Hybridization assay - Wikipedia
... of two complementary strands of nucleic acids, known as nucleic acid hybridization.[citation needed] In the context of ... in the case of nucleic acid hybridization, monovalent salt concentration and temperature are controlled for hybridization and ... In the sandwich hybridization ELISA assay format, the antigen ligand and antibodies in ELISA are replaced with a nucleic acid ... "Nucleic Acids: Hybridisation". wiley. Retrieved 4 February 2017. CS1 maint: Explicit use of et al. (link) Efler, S.M.; Zhang, L ...
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*  Cymbidium mosaic virus - Wikipedia
The virus can be detected with ELISA, immunodiffusion tests, or a nucleic acid hybridization assay. The Cymbidium mosaic virus ... "Detection and localization of viruses in orchids by tissue-print hybridization". Plant Pathology. 41 (3): 355-361. doi:10.1111/ ...
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*  Acholeplasmataceae - Wikipedia
Genetic Relatedness among Strains of Acholeplasma laidlawii and of Acholeplasma axanthum by Nucleic Acid Hybridization" (PDF). ...
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*  Isozyme - Wikipedia
... but can also arise from polyploidisation or nucleic acid hybridization. Over evolutionary time, if the function of the new ... In particular, amino acid substitutions that change the electric charge of the enzyme (such as replacing aspartic acid with ... Isozymes (also known as isoenzymes or more generally as multiple forms of enzymes) are enzymes that differ in amino acid ... if the amino acid residue that is changed is in a relatively unimportant part of the enzyme (e.g., a long way from the active ...
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*  Sol Spiegelman - Wikipedia
Called nucleic acid hybridization originally developed by Rich and Davies in 1956, it was the combination of viral DNA and ... He developed the technique of nucleic acid hybridization, which helped to lay the groundwork for advances in recombinant DNA ... Spiegelman Monster Rich A; Davies DR (1956). "A new, 2-stranded helical structure, polyadenylic acid and polyuridylic acid". J ...
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*  Mycobacterium microti - Wikipedia
Differential characteristics Commercially available nucleic acid hybridisation assays are widely used to identify members of ... This mycobacterium species was first described as a pathogen of field voles in England Gram-positive, nonmotile, acid-fast rods ...
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*  Nucleolus - Wikipedia
In 1966 Max L. Birnstiel and collaborators showed via nucleic acid hybridization experiments that DNA within nucleoli code for ...
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*  MAGIChip - Wikipedia
This technology is used for analysis of nucleic acid hybridization, specific binding of DNA, and low-molecular weight compounds ... to destroy the cell walls and release the nucleic acid. Lysed bacteria are passed through a colourmn preparation where nucleic ... A set of potential hybridization probes are created for each DNA sequence that form perfect duplexes with that sequence. The ... The hybridization results showed the expected significant differences in signal intensity between matched and mismatched ...
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*  Spherical nucleic acid - Wikipedia
In contrast, the SNA structure can be synthesized independent of nucleic acid sequence and hybridization, instead relying upon ... Spherical nucleic acids (SNAs) - defined as structures that are an arrangement of densely packed, highly oriented nucleic acids ... helps to explain why a three-dimensional nucleic acid structure fundamentally composed of linear, one-dimensional nucleic acids ... as controlled by programmable nucleic acid hybridization, their fluorescence is quenched (Fig. 6). Following cellular entry ( ...
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*  Manuel Buchwald - Wikipedia
"Methods of detecting cystic fibrosis gene by nucleic acid hybridization" [1], filed in 1995. In 1991, he was made an officer of ...
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*  RNA spike-in - Wikipedia
Nucleic acid hybridization assays have been used for decades to detect specific sequences of DNA or RNA, with a DNA microarray ... The degree of hybridization between the spike-ins and the control probes is used to normalize the hybridization measurements of ... This process of specific binding is called hybridization. A known quantity of RNA spike-in is mixed with the experiment sample ... An RNA spike-in is an RNA transcript of known sequence and quantity used to calibrate measurements in RNA hybridization assays ...
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*  Genotype - Wikipedia
... and nucleic acid hybridization to DNA microarrays or beads. Several common genotyping techniques include restriction fragment ... Endophenotype Nucleic acid sequence Potentiality and actuality Quaternary numeral system Sequence (biology) "Genotype ...
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*  Enterococcus malodoratus - Wikipedia
It was during the 1980s that studies on fatty acid composition, nucleic acid hybridization, and comparative oligonucleotide ... In carbohydrate and raffinose broths, E. malodoratus forms acid. It does not form endospores thus separating it from bacilli ... Holzapfel, W. H.; Wood, Brian J. B. (1995). The Genera of lactic acid bacteria. London: Blackie Academic & Professional. ISBN 0 ... of Enterococcus Species and Phenotypically Similar Lactococcus and Vagococcus Species by Reverse Checkerboard Hybridization to ...
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*  Timeline of United States discoveries - Wikipedia
1956 Nucleic acid hybridization Hybridization, discovered by Alexander Rich and David R. Davies in 1956, is the process of ... 1969 Mosher's acid Mosher's acid, or α-methoxytrifluorophenylacetic acid, discovered by Harry S. Mosher in 1969, is a ... single-stranded nucleic acids into a single molecule. 1958 Van Allen radiation belt The Van Allen radiation belt is a torus of ... Vitamin A can also exist as an aldehyde, or as an acid. The discovery of vitamin A stemmed from research dating back to 1906, ...
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*  Transgene - Wikipedia
Fusion protein Gene pool Gene flow Introgression Nucleic acid hybridization Mouse models of breast cancer metastasis A. J. ... They were persistent over a 6-year study period, without herbicide selection pressure and despite hybridization with the wild ... The escape of genetically-engineered plant genes via hybridization with wild relatives was first discussed and examined in ... sympatry and weedcrop in situ hybridization". Canadian Journal of Botany. 84 (12): 1842-1851. doi:10.1139/b06-135. CS1 maint: ...
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*  Hybridisation - Wikipedia
... of orbitals of nearly equal energies of an atom to give the same number of identical atom Nucleic acid hybridization, the ... Hybridisation (or hybridization) may refer to: Hybridisation (biology) the process of combining different varieties of ... process of joining two complementary strands of nucleic acids - RNA, DNA or oligonucleotides In [chemistry], the mixing of ... a common template for hybridisation In linguistics, the process of one variety blending with another variety The alteration of ...
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*  Chromosome combing - Wikipedia
... stretched DNA that is then highly suitable for nucleic acid hybridization studies such as fluorescent in situ hybridisation ( ... so is available for hybridisation to probes. As the meniscus retracts, surface retention creates a force that acts on DNA to ... FISH) which benefit from the uniformity of stretching, the easy access to the hybridisation target sequences, and the ...
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*  Transformation (genetics) - Wikipedia
The recombinant DNA may also be detected using other methods such as nucleic acid hybridization with radioactive RNA probe, ... Klein RM, Wolf ED, Wu R, Sanford JC (1992). "High-velocity microprojectiles for delivering nucleic acids into living cells. ... Nucleic Acids Research. 7 (6): 1513-23. doi:10.1093/nar/7.6.1513. PMC 342324 . PMID 388356. Archived (PDF) from the original on ... Competence in B. subtilis is induced toward the end of logarithmic growth, especially under conditions of amino acid limitation ...
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*  Chester L. Sutula - Wikipedia
... nucleic acid hybridization, immunochromatography, and Immunofluorescence assay (IFA), to detect viruses, viroids, bacteria, ...
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*  Molecular cloning - Wikipedia
This may be accomplished through a very wide range of experimental methods, including the use of nucleic acid hybridizations, ...
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*  List of RNA structure prediction software - Wikipedia
Markham NR, Zuker M (2008). "UNAFold: software for nucleic acid folding and hybridization". Methods Mol Biol. 453: 3-31. doi: ... "Sfold web server for statistical folding and rational design of nucleic acids". Nucleic Acids Res. 32 (Web Server issue): W135- ... software to identify motifs and short-range interactions in trajectories of nucleic acids". Nucleic Acids Research. 43 (17): ... Wilm A, Higgins DG, Notredame C (May 2008). "R-Coffee: a method for multiple alignment of non-coding RNA". Nucleic Acids Res. ...
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