nuclear RNA


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nu·cle·ar RNA (nRNA),

RNA found in nuclei, or associated with DNA, or with nuclear structures (nucleoli).

nu·cle·ar RNA

(nRNA) (nū'klē-ăr)
RNA found in nuclei, or associated with DNA, or with nuclear structures (nucleoli).
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Nuclear RNA fluorescence between treatments was compared with the 2-sample t-test.
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Nuclear RNA varied with rearing temperature, increasing as temperature decreased, a result similar to the findings of other studies on the effect of temperature on RNA content of larval fishes (Canino, 1994; Malzahn et al.
Cultured human keratinocytes: discrimination of different cell cycle compartments based upon measurement of nuclear RNA or total cellular RNA content.
7 17, 33, 58 2, 4, 7 Table 2 Nuclear RNA fluorescence of muscle cell nuclei in various phases of the cell cycle from laboratory-reared larvae of Walleye Pollock (Gadus chalcogrammus).
Future DNA or RNA forms : What percentage (%) of participant's work in three years from now, on the isolation of DNA or RNA, will related to the study of the nucleic acid forms genomic DNA, MicroRNA, mRNA, Ribosomal RNA (rRNA), small Interfering RNA (siRNA), small nuclear RNA (snRNA), transfer RNA (tRNA) or other.
kit methods, Non-kit methods, others or none used) for the isolation of DNA or RNA, involve the use of kit or non-kit methods, relating to the nucleic acid forms genomic DNA, microRNA, mRNA, ribosomal RNA (rRNA), small Interfering RNA (siRNA), small nuclear RNA (snRNA), transfer RNA (tRNA) or other.
kit methods, Non-kit methods, other method or none used) for the isolation of DNA or RNA, involve the use of kit or non-kit methods, relating to the nucleic acid forms genomic DNA, microRNA, mRNA, ribosomal RNA (rRNA), small Interfering RNA (siRNA), small nuclear RNA (snRNA), transfer RNA (tRNA) or other.
The applications considered were allele size detection, cloning, disease detection, DNA quantification, epidemiology analyses, epigenetics, gene expression (mRNA), gene mutations or alterations, generating genetic probes, genetic mapping, genetic material amplification, genomic DNA, haplotypes, microRNA studies, pathogen detection/identification, phylodynamic analyses, ribosomal DNA (rRNA) studies, RNA Studies, sequencing, small interfering RNA (siRNA) studies, small nuclear RNA (snRNA) studies, species identification, STR typing, tissue typing, transfer RNA (tRNA) studies, other.
DNA quantification, alternative spliced variants, bacteria detection, DNA methylation, gene copy number, gene expression, gene mutations/polymorphisms, haplotypes, microRNA, small interfering RNA, small nuclear RNA, single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), TRs or SSRs, tissue typing, virus detection and other (if other, indicated).

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