gene mapping

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gene′ map`ping


n.
the act or process of determining the precise location of a gene or genes on a particular chromosome.
[1975–80]
Translations
cartographie de gènes
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(11.) Strommenger B, Kettlitz C, Weniger T, Harmsen D, Friedrich AW, Witte W Assignment of Staphylococcus isolates to groups by spa typing SmaI macrorestriction analysis, and multilocus sequence typing.
pneumophila serogroup 1 isolated in the different samples via DNA macrorestriction and subsequent pulsed field electrophoresis.
The PCR-RFLP experimental conditions were provided in Table 1, and the Macrorestriction Maps of FMO3 E157K and E308G were shown in Figures 2 and 3, respectively.
Cytotoxin and pyrogenic toxin superantigen gene profiles of Staphylococcus aureus associated with subclinical mastitis in dairy cows and relationships with macrorestriction genomic profiles J.
Although very little is known about the size and organization of the genome, the constructing of a physical map of the Psm chromosome made by macrorestriction analysis and PFGE could help to determine them.
All isolates exhibited the same PFGE macrorestriction profile, confirming the donor-derived infections.
Macrorestriction patterns were analyzed with BioNumerics software (version 3.5) in a similar manner to that used for subgrouping.
Macrorestriction analysis of chromosomal DNA was carried out by pulsed field gel electrophoresis (PFGE).
The homogeneity of the biotype 4/O:3 pulsotypes has been reported [12, 25], although it was shown that the use of three macrorestriction enzymes could efficiently differentiate biotype 4/O:3 isolates in distinct pulsotypes [14, 30].
Makristathis et al., "Single and multiple strain colonization in patients with Helicobacter pylori-associated gastritis: detection by macrorestriction DNA analysis," Journal of Infectious Diseases, vol.
Macrorestriction profiling by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis by using XbaI was performed for epidemiologic typing of the S.