banding patterns

banding patterns

Transverse stripes visible on stained chromosomes, that vary with different kinds of stain.
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tuberculosis complex, mostly because of confusing banding patterns (1).
Until recently the gold-standard technology for subtyping, or strain identification, of foodborne bacteria has been a molecular technique that reveals a set of banding patterns for each isolate.
The occurrence of juvenile Eastern Brown Snakes Pseudonaja textilis textilis with body bands from Werribee-Keilor plains grasslands near Melbourne is documented and a literature review of the variation in banding patterns across the species' geographic range is examined through published descriptions and photographs.
A close examination of the banding patterns revealed that MLV-ERV landscapes of the liver genomes from all six mice (three females and three males) lack a cluster of amplicon bands which are clearly present in all six kidney genomes (Figure 6**).
Varied banding patterns were recognized by LPA indicating heteroresistance in the population.
In our study, no significant differences were detected in the frequencies of the SDS banding patterns of AB (P=0.23) and BC (P=0.26) between the isolates from the patients in the hospital wards and the isolates from the OPD patients.
Representative PCR products showing different SSCP banding patterns were selected and sequenced using respective forward and reverse primers to detect the polymorphisms, if any, at nucleotide level.
Images taken as the spacecraft approached Pluto reveal banding patterns of dark and light spots that give hints of weather and seasonal patterns, which the team still doesn't fully understand.
Shells were divided into two major groups based on the color of the shells and its banding patterns. Group 1 (brown colored shells) has 10 observed morphotypes while Group 2 (black spotted colored shells) has 6 morphotypes based on observed banding patterns (Figures 1 and 2).
A high percentage of hybrids were acquired in all crosses (70% to 93%), except for Norton x Merlot (16.6%), where all the non-hybrids showed the Norton microsatellite banding patterns, indicating a probable emasculation error resulting in self-pollinated plants.
Age estimates of several species of sturgeon in North America have been evaluated by removing and observing the banding patterns of calcified structures, such as the first marginal pectoral-fin ray, otoliths, scutes, opercula, and sphenoids (Brennan and Cailliet, 1989; Nakamoto et al.