Classification of plant-pathogenic mycoplasma
... Based on Southern hybridization with a DNA fragment
of an MLO associated with aster yellows, a differentiation between organisms inducing decline symptoms and
those causing floral virescence has been proposed (Kuske
et al., 1991). Although several organisms have been
differentiated using these metho ...
Fragaria multicipita - [email protected] of Nebraska
... F2n/R2. Following RFLP analysis using thirteen restriction enzymes including TaqI, the total of DNA fragment
sizes in each RFLP pattern agreed with the 1.2 kbp size
expected for 16S rDNA amplified in PCR primed by
F2n/R2 and were the same as noted previously (Jomantiene et al. 1998 a) (Fig. 1, mF2/R ...
Purification and amino acid sequence of a bacteriocins produced by
... to Abp 118 beta produced by Lb. salivarius UCC118. In addition, Lb. salivarius UCC118 produced 2-peptide
bacteriocin, which was Abp 118 alpha and beta. Based on the partial amino acid sequences of Abp 118 beta,
specific primers were designed from nucleotide sequences according to data from GenBank. ...
Design and Analysis of Crossover Trials
... ♠ Obviously, randomization is very important if the
crossover design is not uniform within sequences
because the underlying assumption is that the sequence eﬀect is negligible.
♠ Randomization is important in crossover trials even
if the design is uniform within sequences because
biases could resul ...
Comparison of FIESTA and gadolinium-enhanced T1
... ear to induce nystagmus) investigate the integrity of the oculovestibular reflex, which is mediated by the superior vestibular nerve.17
Abnormal caloric tests may be a result of an AS of this nerve,
however, caloric tests may be normal if the AS is associated with
the inferior branch of the vestibul ...
Carpal Tunnel Release
... There are more than 120 different types of brain tumors.
Brain tumors are often assigned different grades, ranging
from a Grade I (least malignant) to Grade IV (most
It is important to note that non-malignant, or benign,
brain tumors can be just as difficult to treat as malignant
... available for the next step- I think those other ligation events were either ignored or underestimated.
Several answers discussed using adapters or linkers. I don’t understand why because the question
already presents you with fragments containing ideal end-points.
Several answers suggested using SL ...
Table SI. Primers used for creation of the PHAC1co and
... Transformants were selected on SD medium. Correct integration of the UGT1co expression
cassette at the UGTB1 locus was controlled by two yeast colony PCR’s. Primers KIUGT1
CtrlFor2 and KIUGT1CtrlRev were used to check 3’ cross-over while primers Ura3endFor
and GTII+239Rev were used to check cross-ov ...
GI Endoscopic Procedures Operative Sequence - A
... A surgical procedure to treat various diseases of the
thyroid such as hyperthyroidism and cancer that can
not be treated with chemotherapy.
Hyperthyroidism - excessive functionality of the
thyroid gland marked by increased metabolic rate,
enlargement of the thyroid gland, rapid heart rate, high
Series Length Used during Trend Analysis Affects Sensitivity to
... open-angle glaucoma.1,2 A second phase of the trial in which
all participants were offered IOP-lowering medication, demonstrated that the rate of conversion to primary open-angle
glaucoma (POAG) was lower in those participants who had
been randomized initially to treatment, that is that delaying
Dell`Orphano: SNP discovery
... • 55 were discarded by computer analysis (filters).
• The oligonucleotide selection program (osp) was used to design
primers to amplify the 98 remaining SNPs.
• 30 SNPs were in regions with no suitable amplimers.
• In all, 44 STSs were developed to amplify the remaining 68 SNPs,
with 16 STSs contain ...
... † Various different LGE-MRI sequences are capable of identifying this VA substrate. However, no direct comparison has
been made between theses sequences. It could be important
to standardized image acquisition and to optimize VA substrate identification.
† This study demonstrates that 3D sequences p ...
Additional file 5
... B) Probes exhibiting true signals were subdivided into those showing (red) signals only in the Bp
K96243 hybridization, (purple) signals in both the BpK96243 and Bp22 hybridization, and (blue) signals
only in the Bp22 hybridization. Y-axis : Probe abundance (log2 scale). X-axis : Hybridization rati ...
ASE using Solexa Protocol
... 2) Design gene specific 18-20bp annealing primers as follows: forward primer flanking the 5' end
of the SNP such that the base immediately following the 3’ end of the primer is the SNP, the
second 200-300bp's downstream from the SNP.
3) Check primer design and verify that no additional SNP's occur w ...
L 17 _PCR
... 2) Anneal: cool template/primer mix to appropriate temperature (50-70 C) so that primers
can anneal (hybridize) with template
3) Extend: shift to temp at which DNA polymerase functions best (72 C for Taq)
Each set of three steps is one cycle; each cycle doubles the amount of DNA product.
Generally a ...
2008 BSHG newesletter 01
... performed in a single run. With conventional Sanger sequencing by capillary
electrophoresis up to 384 sequences (more usually 96) can be generated in a
single run. In contrast, the new technologies are capable of performing
hundreds of thousands to many 10s of millions of analyses in parallel, hence ...
mouse. However, some technical and prac-
... genes provides an efficient way to generate
proteins with new traits1,2. The resulting molecules are very different, at least in sequence,
from those that might be obtained by more
local searches of protein space, for example by
random mutagenesis. The DNA shuffling
method, which relies on homologou ...
Stefan Zimmermann1,C. Seyboldt 2, F. Günther1, J
... compared to a subtyping dendrogram generated by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry using Biotyper
software. Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD)-PCR was also performed. As RAPD-PCR is often
used for subtyping Gram-negative bacteria, while the more recent method of Fourier transformation-Infrared
Supplementary material 1 grimalt
... initially calculated as close to 100%; therefore EAct and ETG values were set at 2 for all
further calculations. The suitability of ß-Actin as reference gene for these samples has
been tested previously2. Results are expressed as copies of dio2 or CYP1A mRNA per
1000 copies of ß-actin mRNA. A typica ...
Pictorial Essay: Pulmonary Imaging for Children
... (TSE) sequence, a true fast imaging
with steady-state free precession
(TrueFISP) sequence, dynamic
volume interpolated breath-hold
examination (VIBE) sequences, and
a T1-weighted fast low angle shot
(FLASH) 2D sequence. However in all
of these sequences we have quite a
few, especially motion artifac ...
RNA sequencing - Bioinformatics.ca
... – If the gene is expressed but only from the wild type allele, this might
suggest loss-of-function (haploinsufficiency)
– If the mutant allele itself is expressed, this might suggest a candidate
What are the methods and approaches used to identify and
... How do we Know if There is an
• Genotyping provides evidence for a T-DNA insert
• Genotyping is done by PCR amplification of the DNA
sequence of our gene with our gene-specific primers
along with a primer for the T-DNA insert
• We know of two ways to genotype
1. Multiplex Reaction
2. Separa ...
... 3. Quantitative RT-PCR.
Patient muscle RNA was prepared from ~100 mg of vastus lateralis biopsy material by
homogenising in 1 ml of QIAzol (RNA extraction kit, QIAGEN) and subjecting to RNA
extraction according to the manufacturers’ instructions. Human muscle RNA purchased from
Ambion was used as a ...
Social sequence analysis
Social sequence analysis is a special application of sequence analysis, a set of methods that were originally designed in bioinformatics to analyze DNA, RNA, and peptide sequences. Social sequence analysis involves the examination of ordered social processes, ranging from microsocial interaction patterns (for example, turn-taking dynamics in conversations) and interpersonal contact dynamics to the development of social hierarchies and macrosocial temporal patterns. The analysis of such patterns can involve descriptive accounts of sequence patterns, statistical event history analysis, optimal matching analysis, narrative or event structure analysis, and dynamic social network sequencing. After being introduced to the social sciences in the 1980s and a period of slow growth during the 1990s, social sequence methods have become increasingly prevalent.