Adna


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Adna

(ăd`nə), in the Bible, name of two Israelites of the returned community.

aDNA

(anthropology)
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Importantly, HTS is designed for short DNA fragment sequencing, making it an ideal platform for research on highly degraded aDNA (Dabney et al.
The ADNA signal occurred as rhythmic bursts that exhibited cardiac cycles and were synchronized with PAP (Figure 3).
Two DNA extraction kits were used to isolate aDNA and better results were obtained with the Bio-Tec protocol with minor modifications (unpublished results).
Abbreviations: aDNA, ancient DNA; eDNA, environmental DNA; HTS, high-throughput sequencing; NGS, next-generation sequencing; OTU, operational taxonomic unit; SSU, small subunit.
Works by Zeki Faik yzer, Adna Varynca, Onay AkbaE- and HE-samettin Kocan will also go under the hammer at next week's auction, which features works by young and promising artists of Turkey as well.
It was also the base for the The Near East Broadcasting Station Al Sharq Al Adna or the Voice of Britain, which started broadcasting in Arabic during the Second World War.
Sample preparation, aDNA extraction, and PCR were performed at the Paleogenetics Unit (Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Rio de Janeiro) an isolated environment exclusively dedicated to aDNA research.
The issue was raised in a meeting between Velayati and Syrian Ambassador to Iran Adna Mahmoud in Tehran.
David Henn for a study of characters in La piedra angular; Anne Wyly Gilfoil for a criminological study of the novel; Kristen Marie Freeman and Adna Rosa Rodriguez, and Elizabeth A.
Thus, aDNA analysis has permitted studying the origins of different populations without the risks of the projections elaborated from contemporary populations (1).
ADNA test of any untried foal or yearling will enable them to predict with reasonable accuracy things which any experienced follower of bloodstock will feel very confident in determining by looking at the horse's pedigree and its physical build.
4) 'Adna / Basilqa / Adna (antique JVSTINIANA ZABI et aujourd'hui Bechilga) (17)