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dsDNA

Abbreviation for double-stranded DNA.
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The dsDNA and dsDNA : TOC ratio values in pasture sites in this study were statistically similar under rotational and continuous grazing.
We also evaluated the relationship between the relative amount of dsDNA and sample-to-sample variation in gene expression levels.
LCGreen is a dsDNA dye that detects heteroduplexes (Fig.
The addition of sequence-nonspecific dsDNA gave higher melting peaks for most samples (see Fig.
The procedure takes advantage of the substrate specificity of k exonuclease for the 5'-phosphorylated form of dsDNA (5).
The 12-month antibody analysis assessed the impact of treatment with Riquent or placebo on antibodies to dsDNA.
9%), Relisa (25%), Bindazyme (11%), Bio-Rad (17%), VarElisa (15% with the negative control), Diastat (38%), UniCap dsDNA (13%), and UniCap Symphony (2.
When primer extension is terminated, one cycle of PCR is complete, doubling the number of dsDNA molecules.
The different target proteins in HeLa cell nuclear extract were detected by adding increasing amounts of nuclear extracts to a series of the same molarity dsDNA probes with different protein-binding sites in one 96-well PCR plate.
Some patients will be given doses in excess of 100 mg/wk, which "will allow us to assess if higher doses result in further reductions in antibodies to dsDNA and increases in the percentage of patients with sustained reductions in these antibodies," chairman and CEO Steve Engle said in the statement.
The patent broadly covers devices for performing Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) followed by melt curve analysis using fluorescent dyes, including melt curve analysis using dsDNA binding dyes such as SYBR Green or probes labeled with a fluorescent dye.
The other autoantibodies screened in this section are PR3, MPO, GBM, RhF, CCP2, dsDNA, Cardiolipin, ENA, Intrinsic Factor, M2, GAD, IA2 and TPO (approximately 45,000 tests per annum i.