rRNA


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rRNA

 
ribosomal RNA; see ribonucleic acid.

rRNA

Abbreviation for ribosomal ribonucleic acid.

rRNA

ribosomal RNA.

rRNA

abbr.
ribosomal RNA

rRNA

abbreviation for ribosomal RNA.

rRNA

see RIBOSOMAL RNA.

rRNA

ribosomal ribonucleic acid

rRNA

ribosomal RNA. See ribonucleic acid.
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Exogenously acquired 16S rRNA methyltransferases found in aminoglycoside-resistant pathogenic Gram-negative bacteria: an update.
After SNP identification in the partially amplified 16S rRNA gene, two of four SNPs that differed between Korean and Chinese A.
Loss of a conserved 7-methylguanosine modification in 16S rRNA confers low-level streptomycin resistance in bacteria.
However significant differences in expression levels were detected for [beta]-actin, GAPDH, [beta]-TUB, 18s rRNA, 28s rRNA, ELF1-[beta] and G6PDH mRNA expression in different development stages of B.
Thus the possibility of variation in the DNA sequence of SSU rRNA gene of P knowlesi isolates was expected.
20% respectively at the end 48 hrs and are identified through 16S rRNA sequencing.
The sequences were tested for chimeras by using the Ribosomal Database Project Chimera-Check program and aligned with ClustalW Phylogenetic analyses of partial 16S rRNA gene sequences conducted using the MEGA (molecular evolutionary genetics analysis) program, version 2.
By working out the sequences of 16S rRNA molecules in the rats' intestines and matching these to known bacterial profiles of 16S rRNA, we could determine which microorganisms were abundant in each group of rats", explained Licht.
These isolates were identified by standard biochemical tests, and a simple, rapid and cost-effective in-house developed gene amplification restriction analysis targeting 16S-23S rRNA spacer and flanking region and 16S rRNA sequencing.
Across a group of bacteria called mycobacteria, the 16S rRNA gene is 93-100% identical.
Microbiologists now take advantage of the rapid development in DNA technology, using the sequence of the small subunit ribosomal gene, or 16S rRNA gene, as a type of molecular fingerprint to classify bacteria (Johnson, 1984).