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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Differences between many common structures could be attributed to large inversions flanked by insertions of the multicopy IS481.
Hasan, "Provable multicopy dynamic data possession in cloud computing systems," IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, 10(3), pp.
(2016) Diversity and population-genetic properties of copy number variations and multicopy genes in cattle.
Human and murine immune responses to a novel Leishmania major recombinant protein encoded by members of a multicopy gene family.
Development of a nested PCR method targeting a unique multicopy element, ISMap02, for detection of Mycobacterium avium subsp.
The multicopy base of the rDNA contains variation and stability for discrimination of the major RKN species (ROBERTS et al., 2016).
Genetic location of the tet (K) gene on small multicopy plasmids and tet(M) on conjugative transposons (Tn916-Tn1545 family) promotes the spread of these determinants [16].
Antigenic diversity is mostly developed from multicopy gene families and polymorphic alleles.
Unlike some other published PCR assays that rely on nested PCR of multicopy genes, such as mitochondrial large subunit genes, our assay detects the single-copy Pjcdc2 gene and uses a detection threshold that best correlates with clinical infection [8].
Fantes, "A multicopy suppressor of a cell cycle defect in S.pombe encodes a heat shock-inducible 40 kDa cyclophilin-like protein," EMBO Journal, vol.
Wang et al., "TALE nickase mediates high efficient targeted transgene integration at the human multicopy ribosomal DNA locus," Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, vol.