heteroduplex


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heteroduplex

[‚hed·ə·rō′dü‚pleks]
(genetics)
A double-stranded deoxyribonucleic molecule comprising strands from different individuals.
(cell and molecular biology)
A double-stranded molecule of deoxyribonucleic acid in which the two strands show noncomplementary sections.
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Identification of mosquito avian-derived blood meals by polymerase chain reaction heteroduplex analysis.
Quest Diagnostics Incorporated (Madison, NJ), the nation's leading provider of diagnostic testing, information and services, announced that it has entered into a non- exclusive license agreement for the heteroduplex tracking technology underlying Pathway Diagnostics' SensiTrop HIV co-receptor tropism test.
The genotyping of HCMV strains based on the gB gene have been determined by PCR-based RFLR Single-stranded conformation polymorphism, heteroduplex mobility analysis, DNA enzyme immunoassay, direct nucleotide sequencing and multiplex-nested PCR (8).
In addition, mutation detection enhancement gels (a particular polyacryl amide specifically designed to enhance the separation of heteroduplex and single-stranded frangments) can be used to separate a group of fragments with very little difference in length, when standard gelectrophoresis results in only poor separations (Daffonchio et al.
Heteroduplex analysis, a method discontinued in 2002, identified four additional mutations found with elevated frequency in African Americans.
Heteroduplex mobility assay guided sequence discovery: elucidation of the small sub-unit (18S) rDNA sequence of Pfiesteria piscicida from complex algal culture and environmental sample DNA pools.
Using heteroduplex mobility and tracking assays, scientists concluded that 7 of these 9 patients had viral rebounds that differed genetically from the cell-associated virus found in their viral reservoir.
When the DNA is treated with restriction enzymes, it gives a specific heteroduplex profile on gel chromatography.
Detects mutations by enzymatic cleavage at mutation sites due to mutant:wild-type heteroduplex formation
First, this individual and her progeny enabled us to observe the appearance of heteroduplex DNA created in PCR amplification of the ITS-1 diagnostic marker from an interspecific hybrid (Fig.
Effect of PCR conditions on the formation of heteroduplex and single-stranded DNA products in the amplification of bacterial ribosomal DNA spacer regions.
Identification and characterization of new BoLA DRB3 alleles by heteroduplex analysis and direct sequencing.