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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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After we virtually digested the complete genome sequence with AflII, we aligned the in silico whole-genome restriction map with the WGRM to ensure the correct order and orientation of the final assemblies (21).
Then for any given positive number N, there exists a finite Galois extension K/k of degree > N such that the restriction map [H.sup.1](k, G) [right arrow] [H.sup.1(K,] G) is injective.
Soykan, "On the continuity of restriction maps," International Journal of Mathematical Analysis, vol.
Soykan, "Restriction maps," International Journal of Mathematical Analysis, vol.
Soykan, "Restriction maps on the Hardy spaces of the unit disc," International Journal of Mathematical Analysis, vol.
Then the restriction map from [H.sup.0](X,M(D)) to [H.sup.0](X,M[(D)[|.sub.D]) is an isomorphism.
Using the above notation, the restriction map from [H.sup.0] (X,M(D)) to [H.sub.0] (D, M(D) [|.sub.D]) is an isomorphism, for all D and M(D) in the following table:
Additional details of experimental methods and results, including tables of the primers used, exact exon/intron boundaries, and restriction map data, are available in Tables 1-4 of the Supplemental Material and through the Cytochrome P450 Homepage (Nelson 2003).
Linearized restriction maps of the circular mitochondrial genomes of A.
The type (i.e., site or length), size, and position of the 11 mutations separating haplotypes B-H from haplotype A were mapped to specific regions in the restriction maps [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIG.
Further if Y is a compatibly split subvariety of Z, then the restriction map [H.sup.0](Z,L) [approaches] [H.sup.0](Y,L) is surjective.
We say that Y is linearly defined in X with respect to [L.sub.1],..., [L.sub.r] if the restriction map [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is surjective and its kernel is generated as an ideal by elements of total degree 1.

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