No chromosome in any preparation was ever labeled without a gene probe
We thank Matthew Waldor for the SXT and rstR gene probes
and Afjal Hossain for secretarial assistance.
Control zones and gene probes
on the nitrocellulose strip.
Raman techniques under development include multidimensional Raman for the study of molecular dynamics, surface-enhanced Raman gene probes
, and the development of standard Raman spectral libraries.
Serious conditions, such as certain cancers, will be identified in early stages using gene probes
, while HIV infection may be rapidly detected with inexpensive dipsticks.
Surprisingly, less than one-third of the genes significantly regulated by Gen were in common with [E.sub.2] treatment (268 of 932 gene probes
) (Figure 1D).
An in situ hybridization assay, with gene probes
specific for detection of TSV, was negative for TSV in challenged cells.
With gene probes
and monoclonal antibodies introduced at the meeting, the process would take only a few hours.
Southern analysis was performed by hybridizing [sup.32P]dATP-labeled [alpha]- or [zeta]-globin gene probes
to BamHIor BglII-digested genomic DNA.
On gestational day 16, the researchers examined the brain of one fetus from each litter using gene probes
and in situ hybridization to obtain a quantitative measurement of gene activity.
The additional advantages of the RT-PCR approach are that this method can be readily applied to both serum and tissue samples and that the sequence of the PCR-amplified segment allows conclusions about the relatedness of the detected virus to existing viruses and the synthesis of specific gene probes
for this virus.
Use of gene probes
and adhesion tests to characterise Escherichia coli belonging to enteropathogenic serogroups isolated in the United Kingdom.