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China Medical Technologies Receives SFDA Approval for Its Bladder Cancer FISH Probe

... and monitoring the course of bladder cancer. It is designed to detect and identify whether aneuploidy for chromosomes 3, 7, 17 and loss of the p16 locus are present in the human bladder cells. A number of hospitals in China have applied the Probe for diagnosing patients with hematuria and have ...

Transgenomic Awarded SBIR Grant to Support Development of SURVEYOR(R) Endonuclease Adaptor-ligated Libraries (SEAL) for Determining Whole Genome Sequence Variation

... sequence context of the mutation. The library can be sequenced directly via standard or massively parallel systems, queried at any desired genetic locus by PCR amplification or archived for subsequent multi-query analysis. About Transgenomic Transgenomic is a global biotechnology ...

Transgenomic Introduces SURVEYOR(R) Endonuclease Adaptor-Ligated Libraries (SEAL) for Determining Whole Genome Sequence Variation

... sequence context of the mutation. The library can be sequenced directly via standard or massively parallel systems, queried at any desired genetic locus by PCR amplification or archived for subsequent multi-query analysis. About SURVEYOR SURVEYOR Mutation Detection Kits and the SURVEYOR Check-It ...

National Nanotechnology Initiative releases new strategic plan

... nanotechnology R&D. The NNI provides a vision of the long-term opportunities and benefits of nanotechnology. By serving as a central locus for communication, cooperation, and collaboration for all Federal agencies that wish to participate, the NNI brings together the expertise needed to ...

SNPs Powerful Tools for Association Studies

... generations. Typically, each STR locus is scored by PCR amplification with ... Each nucleotide repeat of different length at a locus is called an allele, and some loci can have more ... the genome, respectively, and an average locus heterozygosity of greater than 0.7. These ...

QIAGEN Multiplex PCR Handbook

... that alter the function of the gene locus of interest, for example by inactivating or ... are specific either for the wild-type locus or for the mutant locus. In Figure 1, one primer ... one primer is specific for the wild-type locus and the other specific for the mutant ...

Map and Link Human Genetic Disorders with SSLP Analysis

... the transmission of a particular locus through a family to be analyzed; furthermore, they determine whether that locus is linked to a particular phenotype, as well as ... is linked to the COL11A1 or COL11A2 locus (COL2A1 was previously excluded as the Stickler ...

Detection of Variation in Highly Polymorphic Mhc Genes by Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis Using the DCode System

... variation. Herein we describe our DGGE analysis of a Mhc class I locus in salmon. The methodology described was ... systems. Methods and Results Single locus Mhc class I A1 primers were used to amplify fragments of 301307 ...

MicroRNA Profiling by Array Analysis Reveals Critical BioMarkers

... 13q14. No known tumor suppressor genes exist at this locus and no consistent involvement of any of the genes in ... the genes for miR-15 and miR-16 are located at this locus and appear to be deleted in the majority of CLL cases ...

The Changing Face of Work (and Play)

... seat of your car, the family room of your home, the Red Carpet Room at the airport, or Aisle 6 of the Safeway. When work is about communicating, the locus of work is at the ends of the connection, which for many purposes can be anywhere. In time, Always On People will change the nature of the working ...

Device Computing: The Wave Is Building

... incorporate this new modality into the desktop, server, and networked environments from which it came. It is driving change in the structure and locus of the workday. No longer are we tied to our desks -- or for that matter to the traditional workday. It is driving change in behaviors, ...

Governors Growth Council hopes to go light on paperwork and heavy on ideas

... prospective employees. The credit would rise to 75 percent of tuition paid for individuals at 185 percent of poverty. Such a credit would shift the locus of decision-making to the market (employers) rather than academics or a government bureaucracy, and encourage private investment in education. ...

REPLI-g Mitochondrial DNA Kit

... REPLI-g DNA Polymerase is capable of amplifying up to 100 kb without dissociating from the DNA template and minimizes unequal sequence and locus representation compared to PCR-based amplification methods. Simple one-tube procedure Amplification of ...

REPLI-g UltraFast Mini Kit

... Time savings fast and easy sample amplification in just 6090 minutes Reliable amplification no change in locus or sequence representation and no amplification in the absence of template Versatility optimized protocols for different ...

Identification of Disease Causing Mutations in Phenylketonuria by Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis Using the DCode System

... most frequently is caused by mutations in the phenylalanine hydroxylase gene. This gene is situated at the human chromosomal locus 12q22-q24.1 and encodes a hepatic enzyme that hydroxylates phenylalanine (PAH; phenylalanine 4-monooxygenase, EC 1.14.16.1). ...

Get the 5'-End

... and essential information. First, the transcription start site of an mRNA relative to the corresponding genomic locus can be mapped. This information is essential for the analysis of the promoter of a gene, part of which usually lies ...

Microfluidic analysis of multiplex PCR products for the genotyping of Helicobacter pylori

... associated with different cytotoxin activities. The cagA gene is a marker for the presence of the cag pathogenicity island, which is a 40 kb locus containing 31 genes associated with the induction of interleukin 8 secretion by gastric epithelial cells3. The allelic variants of the ...

Fully automated DNA purification and efficient multiplex PCR for analysis of microsatellite loci

... of Genomic DNA from Different Donors "). All 6 targets were well amplified from all DNA samples, irrespective of whether the locus was homozygous (both alleles generate a fragment of the same size) or heterozygous (fragments of different size are generated ...

Genotyping Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms with Molecular Beacons

... the SNPs of our interest. Based on linkage and association studies in a large Arab family with 20 affected relatives, a diabetes susceptibility locus (IDDM17) maps to 10q25.1. 4 IDDM 17 and its flanking markers are localized to a 120-kb region within a completely sequenced bacterial artificial ...
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