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DNA

 
complementary DNA (cDNA) (copy DNA (cDNA)) synthetic DNA transcribed from a specific RNA through the reaction of the enzyme reverse transcriptase.

cDNA

Abbreviation for complementary DNA, sometimes used as copy DNA.

cDNA

Abbreviation for complementary DNA.

cDNA

see COPY DNA.

cDNA

1. complementary DNA.
2. copy DNA.

cDNA(2) library
a collection of cloned, double stranded, copy DNA molecules obtained from a single organism.
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Predicted amino acid sequence of recombinant ISG15 cDNA
When we analyzed the products of second-strand cDNA synthesis, the majority of the nucleic acids in the samples were single-stranded nucleic acids (Fig.
Synthesis of second-strand cDNA and amplification of genespecific cDNA (Figure 1B) were performed by adding 2 [micro]L of the RT-cDNA, 1 [micro]L forward primer, 1 [micro]L reverse primer (50 pmoles each), and 12.
Four hundred and forty-nine clones were dot-blotted on 18 x 12 cm nylon membrane using manual microarrayer, and probed with reverse transcribed DIG-labeled cDNA.
Isolation of full-length putative rat lhysophospholipase cDNA using improved methods for mRNA isolation and cDNA cloning.
Each of the pPICZ[alpha]A-modified huIFN[alpha]2 plasmids (FS, WS and SW) was cut according to the manufacturer's instructions using SacI, which does not cut within the modified IFN[alpha]2 cDNA.
The supernatant was transferred to a fresh tube, the cDNA reamplified using the same primers and similar PCR conditions except radio-labeled dATP was not used and the dNTP concentrations were increased to 250 [micro]M.
The plasmid DNA of clones ShIL1-21 and ShIL1-28 were digested with Eco RV and Not I (Promega), ran in a 1% agarose gel and the cDNA inserts were eluted using Spin-X columns.
The team's original cDNA libraries came from a single switchgrass variety.
Access to Kazusa's collection of cDNA is essential to creating focused maps of important human diseases -- ultimately leading to the faster development of safer, more targeted medicines.
Using suppression PCR cDNA subtractive hybridization between regenerating larvae and uncut controls, we identified 9 cDNA fragments representing early regeneration-specific gene expression.
Susan Russell of the CDNA said: "No nurse should have to transport any form of clinical waste - it is a health risk to their families.