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Human Molecular Genetics 2 conveys the feel of fast-moving research while providing a description in some depth ... sense primer and an anchor sequence primer. ...
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Each anchor point consists of a pair of equal-length segments of two of the input sequences. ... y in sequence Sj through one of the anchor points, this means ...
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The unique anchor sequence, or index, is a 12 base fragment that is found in ... All of the reads with the same anchor sequence of 12 bps are collected into a ...
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Anchor Church Resources designs teaching materials with the goal of offering a ... Our scope and sequence helps you teach preschool, kindergarten, primary, middler, ...
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At each position of an anchor sequence, its profile contains the numbers and ... The set of anchor sequences includes all the paralogous regions of the genome ...
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sponding anchor sequence that is different from each of ... At each position of an anchor sequence, ... its position in the anchor sequence, its local context in the ...
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Multiple sequence alignment with user-defined anchor points ... Each anchor point consists of a pair of equal-length segments of two of the input sequences. ...
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Because the window of the anchor sequence binding on the intronic elements is ... The anchor sequence (conserved in all six species) is located downstream from ...
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Use of anchor sequences in the upstream primers is important because ... 2 nmol anchor oligomer (usually 35 - 45 nucleotides long; sequence determined by ...
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anchor sequence, because one of its sites is glycosylated and the other is not. The ... The reason the stop transfer membrane anchor sequence did ...
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By clustering similar reads containing a unique anchor sequence, the ... The Condensation Tool clusters the reads with the same anchor sequence, groups them by ...
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The sequence reads of 35bps within this Solexa run contain only a 1% error rate ... anchor sequence are more reliable upstream of the anchor (left side), and reads ...
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This control plasmid contains a glycosylphosphatidylinositol (GPI) anchor sequence cloned upstream of the ACP-tag coding sequence in pACP. This sequence directs the ...
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These anchor sequences are consistent with previously reported putative ... than query sequence but do not exceed a total of the specified anchor size limit. ...
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This anchor is complementary to the mRNA sequence immediately downstream of the ... Between the anchor and the U-tail is the information sequence, which determines ...
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several MITE families yielded anchor sequences that ... MITE elements indicate similar sequence blocks on MITEs to the anchor. elements. ...
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... of the luminal juxtamembrane hydrophobic sequence (aa 717 to 747), TM anchor ... that aa 751 to 771 function as the TM anchor sequence of gB and that derivatives ...
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... hydrophobic sequence at the C terminus that signals GPI anchor addition to the ... be strongly affected by the sequence of the protein attached to the GPI anchor. ...
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be an i-level anchor tuple that generates the exponent. sequence A = {a2, a3, ..., ai} ... 986. Every suffix s is a suffix of an infinity of anchor sequences. ...
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... the core LRR region and not in the C-terminal GPI anchor signal sequence. ... are both present on the cell surface and that removal of the anchor sequence of ...
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