hybrid DNA

hybrid DNA

a nucleic acid produced by joining together, or ‘annealing’, POLYNUCLEOTIDE CHAINS of DNA from different sources. see HETERODUPLEX.
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DNA Nanotechnology for Bioanalysis: From Hybrid DNA Nanostructures to Functional Devices
As a result, two distant parts of the linear sequence will end up in the same string of hybrid DNA and will thus be detected together when the DNA is sequenced.
Commercially available direct NAT technologies for bacterial detection Type of NAT Technology Nucleic acid Label type target Hybridization rRNA Chemiluminescence protection assay (HPA) Nontarget-amplified Solid phase rRNA Colorimetric capture Hybrid DNA Chemiluminescence Capture PCR DNA Colorimetric Target-amplified SDA DNA Fluorescence TMA rRNA Chemiluminescence Type of NAT Commercial source Nontarget-amplified Gen-Probe Inc.
In typically 5% to 10% of the cases, the hybrid DNA integrates randomly into an embryo's genome.
The brief letter, which was also published in SCIENCE, said that hybrid DNA molecules produced by the new technique might prove hazardous to laboratory workers and to the public.
Creator of the first hybrid DNA molecule containing genes from two different organisms more than 30 years ago, Berg continues to shape the public debate on stem-cell research, biotechnology, and human cloning.