heteroduplex

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heteroduplex

(ˌhɛtərəʊˈdjuːplɛks)
adj
(Biochemistry) biochem having polynucleotide strands derived from two different sources
Translations
hétéroduplex
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Temperature-Mediated Heteroduplex Analysis for The Detection of Drug-Resistant Gene Mutations in Clinical Isolates of Mycobacterium tuberculosis by Denaturing HPLC, SURVEYOR Nuclease, Microbes and Infection.
Fifteen novel FBN1 mutations causing Marfan syndrome detected by heteroduplex analysis of genomic amplicons.
Study of gene mutation and polymorphism is usually used PCR-SS-CP, manual or automatic sequencing and heteroduplex analysis, the protein truncation test methods.
Analysis of T-cell receptor-[gamma] gene rearrangements using heteroduplex analysis by high-resolution microcapillary electrophoresis.
Alternate methods can been used to increase the detection sensitivity of melting assays, such as decreasing the PCR product length (10), calibration with an internal oligonucleotide duplex (13), quantitative heteroduplex analysis after mixing with a known genotype (25), or the use of unlabeled probes (14, 15) or snapback primers (26, 27).
Identification of bloodmeals in haematophagous Diptera by cytochrome B heteroduplex analysis.
19) A new method, combining seminested polymerase chain reaction with heteroduplex analysis, was used by Oehadian et al (20) to detect FL cells in peripheral blood.
Later on, more efficient methods have been discovered including heteroduplex analysis (Sitte et al.
Identification of mosquito avian-derived blood meals by polymerase chain reaction heteroduplex analysis.
Methods: The presence of F508del mutation using PCR and heteroduplex analysis was determined.
Mutations in exons a and h do not lead in all cases to visible shift bands in the heteroduplex analysis or single-strand conformation polymorphisms (SSCPs) (Winship et al.
Heteroduplex analysis, a method discontinued in 2002, identified four additional mutations found with elevated frequency in African Americans.