Typically, tails are added to the primer that is closer to the variation to form the smaller hairpin loop.
Positioning the variants nearer or farther away from hairpin loops or bulges allows variant [T.
As the sperm prepared to move forward again, the flagellar bending pattern again began to return to hairpin loop formation, as shown in the last row of diagrams in Figure 8B.
In contrast, the coupled state exhibits repetitive patterns of hairpin loop formation that are likely to be force-generating (Fig.
a stuffer fragment (which is a length of double stranded DNA coding for a hairpin loop
in the dsRNA.
3,6,9,10,11) The single-stranded oligonucleotide probe however contains complementary sequences at the end, which bind and form a hairpin loop
Different oligonucleotides with inverted repeats were designed to form hairpin loop
structures to test efficiency of the sodium bisulfite reaction method.
If reannealed, they base-pair upon themselves to form a double-stranded linear molecule that by physical necessity possesses a short single-stranded hairpin loop
at each telomere.
Which molecular probes contain complementary sequences at the end forming a hairpin loop
structure and use FRET technology to measure the intensity of the fluorescent signal generated?
A snapback primer combines a standard primer with an oligonucleotide tail that "snaps back" to hybridize with its extension product, creating a hairpin loop
in the single-stranded product.
I did not come to Norway looking for you, but you are everywhere, your A Minor Concerto pulsating with the hairpin loops
of our bus high above the fiords.
To avoid a 6 percent grade, which trains then could not scale, engineers installed 4-1/2 miles of track that twisted and turned on a 3 percent grade, making three hairpin loops
and passing over four bridges before reaching Silver Plume.