genomic clone


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genomic clone

a cell with a vector containing a fragment of DNA from a different organism.

ge·nom·ic clone

(jē-nō'mik klōn)
A cell with a vector containing a fragment of DNA from a different organism.

genomic

pertaining to a genome.

genomic clone
see clone.
genomic DNA
the DNA sequences making up the genome of an individual.
genomic library
see gene bank.
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A hammerhead ribozyme, based on the Haseloff and Gerlach model (9) was designed to cleave a pGUA sequence at nucleotide 5910 within the HIV genomic clone NL43 (Accession number M19921) (Figure 1).
To study the function of these structures and the regulation of precursor production we have cloned cDNA and genomic clones encoding involucrin and four of the keratin polypeptides.
Visitors can also access BLAST for comparing genomic sequences and gene products, and a centralized registry of genomic clones, end sequences, mapping data, and distributor information.
These tools provide life science investigators with access to North Americas largest repository of genes, genomic clones and reverse genetics resources and are used for genomics-based drug discovery and developmental biology programs.