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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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Characterization of avian Chlamydia psittaci strains using omp1 restriction mapping and serovar-specific monoclonal antibodies.
RP22-78A19, -44B20, -362C 15, - 127H7, -548M4, -160014, and RP23-430G14, -174D7, and -113D13 were used for all other experiments in this study, including PCR amplifications, sequencing, restriction mapping, and Southern blotting.
Predicted restriction enzyme cut sites in the database sequences were compared with actual restriction mapping fragment sizes and with the data from Southern blotting to determine the order of sequence contigs, An independent sequence assembly for this region obtained from Celera Genomics (GA_x6K02T2PU9B, as of 1 June 2002) was also used to fill in some gaps.
The mouse Cyp2a-t cluster spans about 1.4 Mb, as measured by restriction mapping. It is delimited by the Egln2 gene on the telomeric side and the Axl gene on the centromeric side (Figure 1).
Moreover, a cladistic analysis using restriction mapping data grouped the haplotypes from D.
The sequence identities of both specific amplimers (487 and 559 bp) were determined by both restriction mapping (using BclI and HaeIII) and DNA sequencing (data not shown).
RESTRICTION MAPPING OF DELETION BREAKPOINTS AND SEQUENCE ANALYSIS
To define the deleted portions including the deletion breakpoint, we performed A[upsilon]aII restriction mapping. As shown in Fig.
Two different large deletions were detected in four families by long-distance PCR and precisely characterized by restriction mapping and sequencing.

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