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Heteroduplex


A heteroduplex is a double-stranded (duplex) molecule of nucleic acid originated through the genetic recombination of single complementary strands derived from different sources, such as from different homologous chromosomes or even from different organisms. One such example is the heteroduplex DNA strand formed in hybridization processes, usually for...
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Aspects of the topic heteroduplex are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References general recombination ( in nucleic acid (chemical compound): General recombination ) It is important to note that the initial product of recombination between two regions of DNA that are similar but not identical will be a “heteroduplex”—that is, a...
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Archives of Dermatology is a monthly professional medical journal published by ... Heteroduplex analysis is probably one of the simplest of PCR-based methods and ...
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Archives of Dermatology is a monthly professional medical journal published by ... In heteroduplex analysis, PCR products are denatured at a high temperature and ...
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Human Molecular Genetics 2 conveys the feel of fast-moving research while providing a description in some depth of the techniques and data that are helping us to ...
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Heteroduplex analysis of tra delta f' plasmids and the mechanism of their formation. ... P. Electron microscope heteroduplex studies of sequence relations ...
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Two straightforward, non-radioactive assays are used to evaluate mispaired heteroduplex DNA cleavage: a PCR amplification method and an oligonucleotide-based assay. ...
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proteins that generate and process heteroduplex DNA, as well as those that process DNA ... at the level of heteroduplex quality during preliminary DNA strand ...
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technique that can be used for genotyping and heteroduplex detection after ... Heteroduplex analysis of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) pro ...
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Heteroduplex construction ... DNA from these phage was used to create heteroduplex molecules as described below. ... of the heteroduplex form required two ...
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Using longer sequences of heteroduplex DNA, heparin-stable complexes formed with ... Heteroduplex with early melted sequences. ...
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... Mer3 Helicase Stimulates 3′–5′ Heteroduplex Extension by Rad51 ... Conversely, Mer3 helicase blocks DNA heteroduplex extension in the 5′ 3′ direction. ...
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... exchange appeared to cause heteroduplex joints to form and grow from a unique ... Thus a heteroduplex joint initiated at one end of the duplex DNA grows by ...
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arrangement of heteroduplex DNA in the postmeiotic segregation products reveals ... to generate noncrossover products in which heteroduplex is unrepaired. ...
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Assembly of the MutL·MutS·heteroduplex complex activates the d(GATC) ... The 5'-heteroduplex contained single strand break in the complementary DNA ...
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Co announce that it has entered into a non- exclusive license agreement for the heteroduplex tracking technology underlying Pathway Diagnostics SensiTrop HIV co ...
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