partial digestion

partial digestion

limited (incomplete) digestion of a molecule. For example, in the case of partial digestion of DNA with a RESTRICTION ENZYME, conditions such as limited time of incubation or limited enzyme concentration are provided, that permit only a fraction of the total number of restriction sites in individual molecules to be cleaved.
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All the partial digestion were done as mentioned above, the short time for incubating endonuclease SwaI produced fragment which are the sum of two, three, four or more fragments, the size of joined fragments 10W-12W was 332.
subtilis G8 keratinolytic enzyme, partial digestion by bacterial culture was simpler, lower production cost and no significant difference in total crude protein content.
pGEM-T Easy/CD19 gene construct was double digested using 10 units of each KpnI (as partial digestion for 5 min) and HindIII (as complete digestion for 16 hr) restriction enzymes (Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.
Mixing and partial digestion of the food in the stomach by its gastric secretions produce a pulpy fluid mix called chyme.
The work, Still and Chew, got Latham in hot water professionally but demonstrated that something interesting could be made via a process of partial digestion.
However, because there is no methylase in the PCR reaction system, the partial digestion probably is due to hybridization between related species and these results are similar to past research on bacteria (Hong et al.
The partial digestion of fats by the mother's body means that the baby can absorb them using less valuable energy than is needed to digest formula.
This step is followed by ligation of a specific indexer, complementary to the cut site determined in a previous step, to one of the products of partial digestion.
When you drink fluids with meals, you drown your digestive enzymes and only partial digestion takes
The size of prey consumed by pinnipeds can usually be reliably estimated from otoliths recovered in scats if partial digestion is accounted for (Tollit et al.
When we drink fluids with meals, we drown digestive enzymes and only partial digestion takes place.
The disjointed bones show pitting and other signs of partial digestion, providing the earliest evidence that ancient birds were a meal component, says Sanz.