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Rolling circle replication describes a process of nucleic acid replication that can rapidly synthesize multiple copies of circular molecules of DNA or RNA, such as plasmids, the genomes of bacteriophages, and the circular RNA genome of viroids. Some eukaryotic viruses...
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In geometry, a centered trochoid is the roulette formed by a circle rolling along another circle. That is, the path traced by a point attached to a circle as the circle rolls without slipping along a fixed circle. The term encompasses both epitrochoid and hypotrochoid....
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In Figure 1 we start with a rolling circle template which has been acted on by a ... The rolling circle template has sequences within it (blue portions) which when ...
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ABCS OF THE ROLLING CIRCLE from Model Airplane News provided by Find Articles at BNET ... A rolling circle isn't a big, 360-degree horizontal turn with a lot of rolls ...
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The rolling-circle amplification (RCA) reaction is an ... E.T. Rolling circle DNA synthesis: Small circular ... Ward, D.C. Immunoassays with rolling circle DNA ...
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We have performed rolling-circle amplification (RCA) ... padlock probes for DNA diagnostics by cascade rolling circle ... with rolling circle DNA amplification: ...
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Before you try a rolling circle I think it is important to be able to do ... Now that you can do the above let's talk about rolling circle technique: ...
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This is achieved by a reaction called rolling-circle amplification, or RCA. ... Home > Education > How Sequencing is Done > Step 7: Rolling Circle Amplification ...
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Previous. Next. Rolling circle inversions. The basic object here is repeated infinitely using a circle inversion transformation (available in the public ...
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at FMSVirtual Clik flight in Virtual F Nishitama gymnasium.Traning of Rolling circle flight. ... Traning of Rolling circle flight. Category: Autos & Vehicles ...
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