C-bands

C-bands

bands produced in chromosomes after special fixing and staining techniques have been applied. The bands are produced by staining of DNA which has not been removed because it is protected by a nonhistone protein-DNA interaction at the centromere.
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The number of C-bands in the As and numerical B polymorphisms were associated.
Dark C-bands appear in the pericentromeric areas of all bi-armed and of most acrocentric autosomes.
In laboratory demonstrations, the latest GaN SSPAs have produced RF power in excess of 200W in L, S and C-bands.
C-bands were also discrete and with a preferential pericentromeric distribution, although with interstitial markings in some chromosomes of the complement (Figure 2d).
Covering the analogue L-, S- and C-bands plus the digital Rover-455 C-band and the DDL L-band link for small drones, the 1.
The findings that C-bands localize in the centromere and telomere regions of the chromosomes in A.
The FLV is capable of operating in the Ku and C-bands and is intended to eventually replace the AN/WSC-8 terminals installed on force level units.
Telomeric C-bands were observed mostly in the telomeres of a metacentric chromosome and a submetacentric chromosome.
C-bands are restricted to sex chromosomes where they are revealed as diffusely stained blocks in the pericentromeric region of both presumptive X chromosomes (Fig.
Harris said that its satellite communications terminals are capable of communicating with satellite constellations operating in commercial C-bands and Ku-bands, as well as with military constellations operating in X-band.
In the three species, two pairs of telomeric NORs and small pericentromeric positive C-bands in all chromosomes were detected.
The two pairs of chromosomes with satellites could be distinguished from each other by satellite size and the number of C-bands on the arm carrying the satellite.