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dsDNA

Abbreviation for double-stranded DNA.
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The proposed algorithm has the benefit of fitting seamlessly into our established testing procedures while retaining the safety of not excluding patients from ENA and dsDNA antibody testing based upon DFS70 antibody testing outcomes.
Lambdaexonuclease is a highly processive 5 to 3'enzyme acting in repair of breaks in the viral dsDNA (35).
Data for dsDNA and enzymatic activity were grouped according to the management practices in cropping and pasture sites, and one-way ANOVA was performed to detect the effect of management practices.
The standard curve of dsDNA was constructed by plotting the mean absorbance obtained for each reference standard against its concentration in U/ml on graph paper with absorbance on the vertical (Y) axis and concentation on the horizontal (X) axis (Enger,2000).
Results with the standard protocol (1 X reverse transcriptase) were highly variable, from 0% to 35%, with respect to the relative amount of dsDNA formed (Fig.
6] could not find any correlation between ribosomal P antibodies and lupus nephritis while Reichlin and Marianne [7] found a strong association of anti dsDNA and of anti ribosomal P antibodies with lupus nephritis.
the input tape and the stack are represented in the same circular dsDNA molecule of which one end represents the stack and the second one the input word (Fig.
The specific binding between dsDNA and Eva Green gives the fluorescence signal.
The dynamic range allows the analysis of dsDNA up to 8000 ng/pL without physical dilution.
In this study, the tested viruses were four different bacteriophages: ssRNA (MS2, American Type Culture Collection [ATCC] 15597-B1), ssDNA ([phi]X174, ATCC 13706-B1), dsRNA ([phi]6 with envelope lipid, ATCC 21781-B1), and dsDNA (T7, ATCC 11303-B1).