multicopy

multicopy

(ˌmʌltɪˈkɒpɪ)
n, pl -pies
any of several or many copies (of a book, document, record, etc)
adj
(Biology) (of a plasmid or nucleic acid sequence)found in multiple copies in a cell or genome
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t]) values for multicopy IS2404 (Table), these markers were detectable in the other 2 samples (bandicoot feces and the pool of 2 mosquitoes) (Figure 1).
This occurs because multicopy transgenes are recognized as repetitive sequences and inactivated.
If the idea of detection of less than one pathogen genome's worth of material has you puzzled, keep in mind that some pathogens contain multicopy repeat elements, and MDx assays optimized for sensitivity are often directed against these, allowing for sub-single-genome limits of detection.
8] The targeted genes include 18S ribosomal DNA, the B1 multicopy element, SAG 1, SAG 2 and the 529 base pair (bp) multicopy element.
Loss of function of MULTICOPY SUPPRESSOR of RA1 produces nonviable parthenogenetic embryos in Arabidopsis.
Development of multicopy holds for educators (in progress): For years NYPL has enabled its own staff to place multiple holds on single titles for the purpose of starting book discussion groups at branches.
Yet forwarders (except perhaps the most determined entities), routinely print out the humble multicopy paper air waybill and still choose not to go down the e-AWB route.
Due to the low concentration of cffDNA in maternal plasma, multicopy DAZ and DYS14 genes were used for detection of sequences on the Y chromosome in male-bearing pregnancies.
For example, the use of a detection target, DYS14 (1, 3), which is a member of a multicopy Y chromosome-specific gene, TSPY1 [3] (testis specific protein, Y-linked 1), has produced a higher sensitivity in detecting circulating donor-derived DNA than when the single-copy gene SRY (sex-determining region Y) is used (2).
The dksA gene function was first identified as a dose-dependent multicopy suppressor of temperature sensitivity and filamentation phenotype of a dnaK gene deleted mutant of E.
PCR detection of Giardia lamblia in stool: targeting intergenic spacer region of multicopy rRNA gene.