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A genomic library is a population of host bacteria, each of which carries a DNA molecule that was inserted into a cloning vector, such that the collection of cloned DNA molecules represents the entire genome of the source organism. This term also represents the collection of all of the vector molecules, each carrying a piece of the chromosomal DNA of the...
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In molecular biology, a library is a collection of DNA fragments that is stored and propagated in a population of micro-organisms through the process of molecular cloning. There are different types of DNA libraries, including cDNA libraries and genomic libraries . DNA...
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gene library ( ′jēn ′lībrērē ) ( genetics ) A random collection of cloned deoxyribonucleic acid fragments in a vector; includes all the genetic
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Library (biology) In molecular biology , a library is a collection of DNA fragments that is stored and ... Applications of genomic libraries include: ...
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Encyclopedia information on Genomic Library ... A genomic library contains an example of each DNA sequence found in a particular ...
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An efficient method for constructing a genomic DNA library is presented using a ... Cloning of desired genes is dependent upon the quality of the genomic. library. ...
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Genomic library. Synonym(s) genome library. Definition(s) ... U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health ...
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recombinant vectors called a GENOMIC LIBRARY. ... First step in genomic library preparation is the isolation of large fragments of ...
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M. truncatula cDNA and genomic libraries. page 2 of 23. Medicago ... The first Mt genomic libraries were constructed in phage lambda derivatives in the 1990s. ...
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[While gel is running, you will be starting cDNA library construction] ... dephosphorylated (for details, see "Plasmid Library Construction" handout) ...
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Human Genomic Library. 634102. 6080450 ... Figure 1. Features of the EMBL3 SP6/T7 vector used for all genomic libraries. Applications ...
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... were possible to generate a genomic library that consisted of predominantly gene ... Although such a library would be restricted to genomic sequences derived only ...
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See also: genomic library, arrayed library. ... Genomic library - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A genomic library is a population of host bacteria, each of ...
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... size (use 20 kb for a lambda phage genomic library), and the size of the genome ... A genomic DNA library is constructed using overlapping DNA fragments that have ...
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... received amplified aliquots of two genomic libraries for Aspergillus fumigatus. ... pWE15 and pLORIST2 genomic cosmid libraries of A. nidulans ...
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Second, we digest the genomic DNA of an organism that can metabolize lactose ... this strategy to make a library of genomic E. coli fragments in plasmids that ...
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