restriction map


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restriction map

[ri′strik·shən ‚map]
(cell and molecular biology)
A diagram of a deoxyribonucleic acid molecule showing sites at which restriction endonucleases produce cleavage.
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We need some results regarding restriction maps for Galois cohomology.
Restriction map analysis with DdeI demonstrated the presence of at least five restriction sites within the PCR amplicon, yielding fragments at positions 82, 155, 644, 885 and 910.
Additional details of experimental methods and results, including tables of the primers used, exact exon/intron boundaries, and restriction map data, are available in Tables 1-4 of the Supplemental Material and through the Cytochrome P450 Homepage (Nelson 2003).
i] even and m = rankG) and moreover the restriction map induces an isomorphism
to the restriction map [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] such that the mod 2 reduction of the section is [sigma].
The A[upsilon]aII restriction map of the region encompassing exons 6-13 for FH6 showed that exons 9-12 were deleted and that the 1.
Further if Y is a compatibly split subvariety of Z, then the restriction map [H.
Restriction maps of the ITS1 sequences were done using the software Primer-Premier.

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