direct repeat

direct repeat

[di¦rekt ri′pēt]
(cell and molecular biology)
Identical or closely related nucleotide sequences present in two or more copies in the same orientation within the same molecule.
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Isolates were further characterized, as indicated, by direct repeat unit typing (5), pulsedfield gel electrophoresis (PFGE) (6), mecA PCR (7), penicillin-binding protein 2a latex agglutination test, and antimicrobial drug susceptibility testing by broth microdilution and/ or disk diffusion.
Indeed, had the Polish possessed a clinical edge close to the approach play with which they exposed England far too easily, it would have been a direct repeat of the night in Moscow which tipped McClaren to the brink of the abyss.
164+1603del2875 and a mutation mechanism was suggested based on a small direct repeat at the 5' and 3' breakpoints.
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With a massive 105-77 aggregate verdict over the Eagles, the Buildbase Bees have set up a cup final clash against old rivals Belle Vue in a direct repeat of last year's dramatic play-off final.
We identified an abnormal sequence inserted in exon 2 as an Alu sequence and a direct repeat (300 + 15 bp).
It was almost a direct repeat of USC's 21-10 loss to Washington last week.
The University of Arkansas team will present on "Colorimetric Detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Complex Direct Repeat Sequence by Subtractive Cycling Probe(TM) Reaction.
Isolates were typed by sequencing of the mec-associated direct repeat unit (dru typing) (8).
The flashpoint was almost a direct repeat of the abuse endured by Villa keeper Peter Enckelman last season at the hands of a Birmingham fan.
In the majority of the cases, a direct repeat of 2-8 by was present in the unaltered sequence in the vicinity of the deletion.
We assessed base lesions, micronuclei, homologous recombination (HR; using fluorescent yellow direct repeat mice), and transcript levels for several radiation-sensitive genes.
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