Tandem repeat successions in spa types previously associated with Staphylococcus aureus ST9 and ST398 * MLST allelic spa type Tandem repeat sequence
profile ST t899 07-16-23--02-34 3-3-1-1-1-1-10 9 t337 07-16-23-23-02-12-23-02-34 3-3-1-1-1-1-10 9 t3198 07-16-16-23-23-02-02-12-23-02-34 3-3-1-1-1-1-10 9 t011 08-16-02--25-34-24-25 3-35-19-2-20-26-39 398 t034 08-16-02-25-02-25-34-24-25 3-35-19-2-20-26-39 398 t0108 08-16-02--25--24-25 3-35-19-2-20-26-39 398 t567 08--02-25--24-25 3-35-19-2-20-26-39 398 t571 08-16-02-25-02-25-34--25 3-35-19-2-20-26-39 398 * MLST, multilocus sequence typing; ST, sequence type.
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To further our knowledge of the epidemiology and spread of ASFV, we determined the virus sequences of the ASFVs isolated in Poland and Lithuania by using international standardized procedures (9) and by the analysis of an additional ASFV genome marker region characterized by the presence of tandem repeat sequences
Use of short tandem repeat sequences
to study Mycobacterium leprae in leprosy patients in Malawi and India.
The use of a multiplex PCR of short tandem repeat sequences
can assess the degree of chimerism for recipient and donor cells in skin and GI biopsy.
The tandem repeat sequences also were complementary and could bind to each other.
The complementary tandem repeat sequences on either side of an exon allow the DNA to loop back on itself, bind together, pinch off the loop containing a particular exon and then splice it out," Dr.
While examining human-genome data, Fondon found that small segments of repeated DNA sequences, called tandem repeat sequences, are frequently present in genes that control how an animal develops into its final appearance.
To evaluate this hypothesis, Fondon and Garner looked for tandem repeat sequences in 92 breeds of domesticated dogs.
Detection of maternal deoxyribonucleic acid in umbilical cord plasma by using fluorescent polymerase chain reaction amplification of short tandem repeat sequences
The two most common methods are 1) the restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) method that analyses inherited polymorphisms of variable numbers of tandem repeat sequences
(VNTRs) of unknown function, and 2) polymerase chain reaction (PCR), which amplifies DNA sequences of either known or unknown function.
produced a comprehensive map of short tandem repeat sequences
(STRs) -- often used as gene markers -- for the entire human genome.