rDNA


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rDNA

abbr.
1. recombinant DNA
2. ribosomal DNA
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To make enough of these mission-critical machines, cells need loads of rDNA instruction manuals.
This, in turn, is expected bolster the adoption of rDNA technology for non-traditional applications.
Furthermore, the production of the 5S rDNA Capsicum-derived probe (0.
The rDNA have been employed to analyze evolutionary events because it is highly conserved, where as ITS rDNA is more variable.
The method consists of extracting DNA (even by very crude, rapid methods as we're looking for a high copy number target); PCR amplification with "universally conserved" primers against a part of the 16S rDNA sequence; sequencing of the amplicon; and comparison of this sequence for an identical (or closest) match against libraries of 16S rDNA sequences from known bacterial organisms.
Of the 96 blood samples, 12 from 5 prefectures (Hokkaido, Iwate, Tochigi, Nagano, and Miyazaki) were positive for Babesia rDNA (online Technical Appendix, http://wwwnc.
In this review, I will discuss that rDNA is the most unstable region in the genome and describe how its stability is maintained.
aeruginosa (16S rDNA gyrB oprL and ETA) simultaneously for comprehensive and confirmatory identification.
By DNA sequencing of the nuclear SSU rDNA and mitochondrial cytochrome C oxidase I (COX) gene, we identified the presence of 17 species of ciliates in upper Shades Creek and one of its small tributaries in Jefferson County, AL (Figure 1).
Although NORs are generally viewed by silver impregnation and by fluorochromes that stain preferably GC-rich regions, they can also be located through the technical accuracy of fluorescent in situ hybridisation (FISH) with 45S, 28S and 18S rDNA probes.
rDNA 16S gene amplification from Klebsiella genus species were performed under the following reaction conditions: Klebrib-1 (5'-GTAATGT CTGGGAAACTGCC-3') [0.