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cDNA is homologous to the yeast and human
cDNA is repressed by
cDNA is homologous to the yeast and human cell cycle progression genes
cDNA is an excellent source of pcr
cDNA is the most important representative of mrna used to determine gene expression
cDNA is a broad selection of high quality cDNAs from almost 200 different human normal
cDNA is simply a double
cDNA is then purified to remove unincorporated nucleotides and primers
cDNA is purified to remove unincorporated nucleotides and primers
cDNA is a fragment of double stranded dna that is copied from an mrna molecule by reverse transcriptase
cDNA is needed in large amounts to be studied
cDNA is a dna copy synthesized from mrna
cDNA is prepared from tissue provided by the customer or gene link will locate the appropriate tissue source
cDNA is a more convenient way to work with the coding sequence than mrna because rna is very easily degraded by omnipresent rnases
cDNA is synthesized from specific mrna sequences
cDNA is tissue
cDNA is ready
cDNA is known
cDNA is isolated by streptavidin treatment while cDNA
cDNA is its ability to work in co
cDNA is synthesized from the starting material
cDNA is first
cDNA is not recommended
cDNA is first synthesized by reverse transcription
cDNA is synthesized separately from the two different rna samples
cDNA is the pool of cDNA from which differentially expressed genes will be identified
cDNA is synthesized using dt acp by rt
cDNA is biotinylated and used in excess during a hybridization with target cDNA
cDNA is in the proper orientation for protein
cDNA is hybridized to dna spotted on a microarray
cDNA is obtained by using a oligo
cDNA is not itself a written description of that dna; it conveys no distinguishing information concerning
cDNA is not itself a written description of that dna; it conveys no distinguishing information concerning its identity
cDNA is usually used
cDNA is released from the magnetic bead by a short incubation with uracyl
cDNA is important for publication or for submission to a database
cDNA is not limiting
cDNA is cloned within this pbluescript sequence
cDNA is introduced into the bait strain
cDNA is so
cDNA is usually synthesized using an oligo dt primer
cDNA is generated by alternative splicing resulting in the deletion of exons 7 and 8
cDNA is sense strand
cDNA is fragmented and adapters are ligated to the dna ends
cDNA is repressed by a transcriptional silencer located in its coding
cDNA is divided into two equal portions and a different adaptor ligated to each
cDNA is then amplified
cDNA is represented by the shaded bar at the top
cDNA is essential to creating focused maps of important human diseases
cDNA is produced from the mrna for further tests
cDNA is similar in sequence to those for the same protein in maize
cDNA is prepared in a reverse transcription reaction using either oligo
cDNA is short for "copy dna"
cDNA is defined as forward subtraction; subtracting stressed
cDNA is initially synthesized using an oligo
cDNA is 1980 bp long with 80 nucleotides of 5' untranslated region
cDNA is 1699 nucleotides long and comprises a 1443
cDNA is produced from total rna and
cDNA is filled up to 400 µl with d'h 2 o
cDNA is sequenced and deposited into genbank
cDNA is protected by methylation during the library construction procedure
cDNA is used in pcr reactions with the 2 master primer mixes and the 10 split
cDNA is used in pcr reactions with the 8 master primer solutions and the 37 split
cDNA is prepared with a biotinylated oligo
cDNA is inhibited by azidothymidine
cDNA is produced using reverse transcriptase
cDNA is sequenced by one sequencing run from one side or by two runs from both sides
cDNA is added to another 15 ml vial
cDNA is pcr
cDNA is in duplex with the mrna ­ essentially all the rare
cDNA is a blue print of expressed genes
cDNA is critical to
cDNA is synthesized from mrna of the tissue or cells by using a biotinylated oligo
cDNA is ligated to a vector and transfected into cells
cDNA is synthesized us
cDNA is synthesized by reverse transcription using poly
cDNA is reverse transcribed to crna and at the same time is biotinylated using biotin
cDNA is a permanent resource that can be reamplified as needed
cDNA is precisely 1100 base pairs in length
cDNA is present but
cDNA is synthesized from poly a + rna
cDNA is amplified from the dna plasmids in 96 well format using a tetrad thermocycler from mj research
cDNA is more stable than mrna
cDNA is modified at the 3
cDNA is very complicated and difficult to make
cDNA is a widely
cDNA is performed with silicamembrane –based minelute spin columns using a simple bind
cDNA is coamplified with the same primers as the endogenous target sequence
cDNA is added to disrupted molecules of dna from a cell
cDNA is cloned into a vector containing the appropriate promoters

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