repetitive element

repetitive element

[rə′ped·əd·iv ′el·ə·mənt]
(industrial engineering)
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Repetitive element investigation and microsatellite identification
DNA samples were amplified by PCR for the repetitive element sequence using the primer ERIC-PCR: ERIC1R: 5'-ATGTAAGCTCCTGGGGATTCAC-3', ERIC2: 5'-AAGTAAGTGACTGGGGTGAGC-3' (Louws et al.
When searching for artwork that fits well with this type of project, I look for work that has a strong repetitive element to it.
Bacillus anthracis, Bacillus cereus and Bacillus thuringiensis strains using repetitive element polymorphism-PCR.
The authors used multiple linear regression, model-based clustering methods, and gene set enrichment analysis to examine the association between birth weight percentile, demographic variables, and repetitive element methylation and gene-associated CpG locus methylation.
The genome sequence elements were obtained from the UCSC Genome Browser site to identify sequence characteristics of each repetitive element (from chromosome 1 to chromosome X, except for chromosome Y).
It's that violent, repetitive element in the music that appeals to a gang mentality.
In addition, repetitive element analysis was conducted, and cDNA SSR and SNP loci were identified for future marker development and genetic analysis.
Multiple linear regression, model-based clustering methods, and gene set enrichment analysis examined the association between birth weight percentile, demographic variables, and repetitive element methylation and gene-associated CpG locus methylation.
Automated repetitive element PCR, conducted with the DiversiLab system (bioMerieux, Marcy l'Etoile, France) (6) showed a genetic relatedness of isolates from the 2 patients of [less than or equal to] 81.
Liz says: 'It was never a problem for me but I know the repetitive element of training can become quite boring for some people.

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