D-loop

D-loop

[′de ‚lüp]
(cell and molecular biology)
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Next, I use microsatellites and mitochondrial DNA d-loop haplotypes to analyze the genetic maternity and paternity of 24 T.
major release to play just on the D-loop, not in 35mm cinemas.
We chose to explore smaller regions of the mitochondrial genome, including the d-loop (Shedlock et al., 1992), a portion of the 16s ribosomal gene (Parker and Kornfield, 1996), and a region spanning the cytochrome oxidase III, t-RNA glycine, and ND3 genes (hereafter, referred to as COIII/ND3) (Domanico and Phillips, 1995).
Sequencing analysis was used to characterize a mtDNA D-loop amplicon of 838 bp.
Hypermutable sites in mitochondrial D-loop sequence data can be detected from the fact that differences between similar (and presumably closely related) sequences tend to occur at sites that are already highly polymorphic and that therefore have a history of high rates of substitution (Wills 1995).
Hunters can quickly hook up to a D-loop with the open-hook design.
In this study, we investigated the diversity and phylogeography of four geographic ecotype populations of the Naqu yak (133 individuals) using an 811-bp mitochondrial DNA D-loop region sequence.
Such information has some limitations as being extracted from small sample sizes of partial mtDNA D-loop sequences of 400 base pairs (bp), even though supportive evidences on the Southeast Asian origination of domestic chickens has been published [4].
Most bowhunters don't put too much thought into the length and shape of their D-loop. However, it can be a contributing factor of horizontal string torque, depending on the style of release aid you use and how you anchor at full draw.
Nine new species-locus-specific primers for three different loci of mitochondrial DNA, namely D-loop, cytochrome oxidase subunit I (COI), and cytochrome b, were successfully designed.
(2000) confirmed that multiple mitochondrial genome sequences existed within individual cows by sequencing cloned large fragments including 12S, 16S, tRNA, and the D-loop. Heteroplasmy can be benign, but because of the small size and high density of open reading frames for essential genes within the mitochondrial genome, sequence inconsistencies can prove fatal.