restriction map

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the order of restriction sites along a chromosome or plasmid.

restriction map

A diagram of the sites on DNA that are cut by different RESTRICTION ENZYMES.

restriction map

for a DNA molecule, is constructed for a particular restriction endonuclease by ordering the fragments left to right in the DNA molecule. By convention, there are six fragments which are labeled in order of decreasing size, ABCDEF, but the order left to right in the genome may be DCBAFE.
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Then for any given positive number N, there exists a finite Galois extension K/k of degree > N such that the restriction map [H.
1) There exists a natural number m(G) > 1, such that if K/k is a finite extension of degree n, where (n,m(G)) = 1, then the restriction map [H.
After analyzing the sequences of different bases in ITS1 regions between the four species of BF cirrhosae and other species, restriction maps were obtained using the software Primer Premier 5.
Additional details of experimental methods and results, including tables of the primers used, exact exon/intron boundaries, and restriction map data, are available in Tables 1-4 of the Supplemental Material and through the Cytochrome P450 Homepage (Nelson 2003).
Linearized restriction maps of the circular mitochondrial genomes of A.
site or length), size, and position of the 11 mutations separating haplotypes B-H from haplotype A were mapped to specific regions in the restriction maps [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIG.
Further if Y is a compatibly split subvariety of Z, then the restriction map [H.
r] if the restriction map [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is surjective and its kernel is generated as an ideal by elements of total degree 1.
Therefore the restriction map f: K [pproaches] K[prime] is onto.

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