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amplification

[‚am·plə·fə′kā·shən]
(genetics)
Treatment with an antibiotic or other agent to increase the relative proportion of plasmid to bacterial deoxyribonucleic acid.
Bulk replication of a gene library.
(science and technology)
The production of an output of greater magnitude than the input.
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FGFR1 amplification has been detected in SCC of the lung, with lower frequency in lung ADC.
The output shaft of the micro actuator and the output end of the displacement amplification mechanism were on the same axis, and moved in the same direction so as to ensure the stability and same-phase of the displacement amplification.
First, we need to make our DNA amplification products contain at least some percentage of uracil.
The best calculation of the amplification factor is when we have data from borehole seismographs.
To facilitate visual detection, we have developed a 2-stage EXPAR amplification reaction, coupled to aggregation of DNA-functionalized gold nanospheres through a bridging reporter sequence (9).
The reaction mixture was heated at 95[degrees]C for 12 min, followed by 70 cycles of amplification.
PCR is a method for amplification of specific nucleic acid sequences from a complex mixture of nucleic acids.
Centromeric paint and specific locus probes were used when needed to investigate MYCC and MYCN amplification and chromosome 9 centromere.
After incubation and washing, the antibodies associated with the plates were visualized using the three-step amplification procedure described above.
Multiplex amplification systems such as AmpFLSTR[R] Profiler Plus[TM], AmpFLSTR[R] COfiler[TM], GenePrint[TM], PowerPlex[TM] 1.
That amplification yields a laser beam in which hordes of these elementary particles of light, equivalent to electromagnetic waves, all line up, crest to crest and trough to trough.
Benefits of amplification were underestimated, and the impact of its absence on residents' behavior was overlooked.