hybridization probe

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hybridization probe

[‚hī·brəd·ə′zā·shən ′prōb]
(cell and molecular biology)
A small molecule of deoxyribonucleic acid or ribonucleic acid that is radioactively labeled and used to identify complementary nucleic acid sequences by hybridization.
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Following probe hybridization and visualization, the DDISH cases were independently scored by 3 reviewers with varying levels of experience with bright-field assays.
These methods can be divided into two categories, one detection method is based on the sample amplification reaction; another detection method is based on the probe hybridization (sample without amplification).
These kits are complete Illumina-compatible library prep solutions containing all reagents required upstream and downstream of probe hybridization to prepare sequence-ready, multiplexed capture libraries compatible with all SeqCap and SureSelect bait sets.
The UPL is based on hydrolysis probes containing locked nucleic acid residues, which confer stability and for which 8 or 9 nucleotides are sufficient for probe hybridization.
probe hybridization through film exposure) are illustrated in the remaining slides of my PowerPoint presentation.
Probe hybridization was carried out in rotating hybridization bottles (Fisher Scientific lsotemp hybridization oven, Fisher Biotech) in 20 mL 6x SSC, 1% SDS at 68[degrees]C.
Epoch Biosystems licensed technology for non-cleavable fluorescent self-quenching probe hybridization assays from Applied .
In the method of the present paper, a standard RPA was performed, including probe hybridization and RNase treatment, and then the remaining RPA products were bound to a membrane via slot blotting.
Sites of probe hybridization were detected by applying 100 [micro]L of rabbit anti-biotin antibody (1:100 dilution with 2 mg/mL bovine serum albumin in 1x PBS) at 37 [degrees]C for 45 min, followed by using 100 [micro]L fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) labeled goat anti-rabbit antibody (Enzo Diagnostics, New York; 1:100 dilution).
The patented technology could eventually be used to replace the current industry standards of mutation detection by probe hybridization or by DNA sequencing using automated gel electrophoresis instruments.
Part One covers general and basic techniques, and includes such subjects as rapid methods and automation, testing and use of the results, sample removal and preparation, enumeration, evaluation of microflora by nonmicrological methods, identification, applications of immunology, using nucleic acid probe hybridization and prediction of product lifespan.