5 h resulted in 23 and 32%, respectively, less double-stranded DNA
than in saline-treated cells (Table 2).
In the Brookhaven study, researchers introduced partially rigid, double-stranded DNA
, which forces interacting linker segments of DNA to extend away from the gold surface, allowing for more efficient assembly.
The life of phages is discussed in contributions on DNA packaging in double-stranded DNA
phages, general aspects of lysogeny, gene regulatory circuitry of phage lambda, regulation of lambda gene expression by transcription termination and antitermination, and phage lysis.
Topo II, a nuclear protein that is essential for normal cellular processes such as replication, binds to double-stranded DNA
cutting it to relieve supercoiling.
Chlordecone also raised levels of antibodies to native, double-stranded DNA
, another specific marker for SLE.
These ribozymes were synthesized and used as templates in PCR reactions to generate double-stranded DNA
DNA damage can then be quantified by measuring the ratio of single- to double-stranded DNA
The small globular lesions, which look like M&M's attached to the skin, are caused by a large double-stranded DNA
virus of the poxvirus family.
Single stranded DNA vectors like adeno-associated virus require conversion to a double-stranded DNA
form in order for the therapeutic gene of interest to be expressed.
The patient's sampled cheek cell yields up its chromosomes made up of a double-stranded DNA
Unidirectional pulsed-field electrophoresis of single- and double-stranded DNA
in agarose gels: Analytical expression relating mobility and molecular length and their application in the measurement of strand breaks.
Coiled up in each chromosome is a long, double-stranded DNA