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Chromosome jumping


Chromosome jumping is a technique of molecular biology that is used as a tool in the physical mapping of genomes. It is related to several other tools used for the same purpose, including chromosome walking.
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Primer walking is a sequencing method of choice for sequencing DNA fragments between 1.3 and 7 kilobases. Such fragments are too long to be sequenced in a single sequence read using the chain termination method. This method works by dividing the long sequence into several consecutive short ones. The DNA of interest may be a plasmid insert, a PCR product or a...
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Jumping into chromosome 2. By Bijal P. Trivedi. August 25, 2000 ... chromosome 2 could become a safe location to introduce therapeutic genes ...
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Nature - the world's best science and medicine on your desktop ... Keyword - Chromosome jumping. Human genetics: One gene, twenty years - Premium content ...
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... gene itself, we have applied the technique of chromosome jumping to this region. ... of a general human chromosome jumping library, with application to ...
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Cosmid walking and chromosome jumping in the region of PKD1 reveal a locus ... A third CpG island was detected and cloned by directional chromosome jumping. Full text ...
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The use of chromosome jumping should now be applicable to any genetic locus for ... Identification of the cystic fibrosis gene: chromosome walking and jumping. ...
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Yeast artificial chromosome This is a photo of two copies of the Washington ... chromosome clones with each clone of jumping library in chromosome jumping? ...
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Human artificial chromosome A human artificial chromosome ( HAC ) is a ... chromosome clones with each clone of jumping library in chromosome jumping? ...
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autosome - any chromosome not involved in sex determination. ... chromosome jumping - the process of moving rapidly up or down a chromosome in ...
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Transposons are genes that move from one location to another on a chromosome. ... The different cards represent a linear sequence of genes on a chromosome. ...
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... researchers scan chromosome segments quickly, jumping from gene to ... published in September, Collins and colleagues reported using chromosome jumping ...
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Africans/blacks are 95 percent of a certain chromosome. ... Once an Alu inserts at a chromosome locus, it can copy itself for transposition, ...
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Jumping translocations (JTs) involve one donor chromosome segment and ... We report a case of JT with the long arm of chromosome 17 (17q) as the ...
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HHMI's colorful Web book describes the excitement in ... Chromosome jumping ... It covers smaller regions than chromosome jumping. Complementary DNA (cDNA) ...
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"Jumping genes," or retrotransposons, are sequences of DNA that are easily and ... time, in addition to inserting, it's taking out a big chunk of the chromosome. ...
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Definition of chromosome jumping ... Search for chromosome jumping in these other databases too. Definition of chromosome jumping : ...
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23. How does chromosome jumping differ from chromosome walking? What is the advantage of chromosome jumping? How is it accomplished? ...
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