rDNA


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rDNA

Abbreviation for ribosomal DNA.

rDNA

abbr.
1. recombinant DNA
2. ribosomal DNA
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We reviewed all of the data to ensure that the hens do produce rhLAL in their egg whites, without suffering any adverse health effects from the introduced rDNA construct.
lang=ja) from the Babesia rDNA sequences from our study and from GenBank (Figure, panel A).
SSU rDNA sequences have been submitted to GenBank under the accession numbers shown in Table 1 and are also shown next to the sample name of each ciliate description below.
In the present study, we evaluated a 16S rDNA based PCR to amplify and detect bacterial DNA in the CSF and its applicability in routine diagnostic laboratories.
Recently, sequences of the internal transcribed spacer region rDNA have been used for the identification of many groups of fungi especially the medically important species, for example, black-grain mycetoma agents [8], zygomycetes [9], and dermatophytes[17].
The use of 5S rDNA repetitions presents some advantages over other available markers.
Impact of 16S rDNA gene sequence analysis for identification of bacteria on clinical microbiology and infectious diseases.
Two genes were targeted for amplification, namely, a conserved region flanked by genus-specific primer binding sites in Helicobacter 16S rDNA and a species-specific sequence, glmM (ureC), encoding a phosphoglucosamine mutase of H pylori.
source ([dagger]) Treatment 1 Sputum (2x) tuf, 16S rDNA CLA, RIF, (1,441 and EMB 458 bp; 100% match) 2 Sputum (1 x) tuf CLA 3 Sputum (2x) tuf, 16S rDNA CLA, LVX, (400 and IPM, AMK, 460 bp; VAN 100% match) 4 Sputum (1 x) tuf, 16S rDNA Observation (459 bp; 100% match) 5 ([double dagger]) Wound liquid, 16S rDNA, soda, AMC bone tissue hsp65, recA, biopsy, excised rpoB skin tissue 6 ([double dagger]) Abscess 16S rDNA COT, CLA, aspirate (1,464 bp) DOX, LIN 7 ([double dagger]) Wound rpoB CIP, AZY, discharge, DOX surgical drainage 8 Wound discharge 16S rDNA, AMK, LVX, rpoB CFX, CLA, SXT Patient no.
8) Later Singh et al (9) developed a PCR assay based on the differences in nucleotide sequences in D3 domain of 28S rDNA which identifies all the 3 members of this complex.
Determining whether the nucleic acid sequence is present in the sample can be accomplished by detecting hybridization between a dimorphic probe, species-specific probe, and/or microbe-specific probe and a nucleic acid sequence corresponding to the ITS2 region of fungal rDNA.