rDNA


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rDNA

Abbreviation for ribosomal DNA.

rDNA

abbr.
1. recombinant DNA
2. ribosomal DNA
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strains, the 16S rDNA gene based primers were made to order and used to differentiate the Bacillus spp.
The 16S rDNA sequence data play an important role in classification of mycoplasmas as more species are described (Heldtander et al., 1998), because conventional methods provide less discriminatory information.
turanicus olarak identifiye edilen toplamda 17 kene turunden birer nesle ait genomik DNA izolatlarinin parsiyel 16S rDNA gen bolgesi PCR analizleri basarili bir sekilde gerceklestirilmis ve tum PCR urunleri sekanslanmistir.
In fruit flies, chains of rDNA genes are found on the X and Y chromosomes.
750bp consisting of internal transcribed spacers (ITS) regions and the 5.8S region of rDNA. Initial BLAST analysis in both cases revealed that H.
La posicion taxonomica de la cepas fueron determinadas conforme al analisis filogenetico realizado con las secuencias parciales del gen cromosomal 16S rDNA de cepas bacterianas tipo, son cepas puras de laboratorios oficiales para la coleccion de germoplasma y material genetico generado en diferentes investigaciones en el mundo (ejemplo: American Type Culture Collection-ATCC).
acnes in intervertebral discs after anaerobic culture and 16S rDNA PCR examination.
The method consists of extracting DNA (even by very crude, rapid methods as we're looking for a high copy number target); PCR amplification with "universally conserved" primers against a part of the 16S rDNA sequence; sequencing of the amplicon; and comparison of this sequence for an identical (or closest) match against libraries of 16S rDNA sequences from known bacterial organisms.
The fragment of 16S rDNA was amplified using the F27/R1492 primer set (Lane 1991) in 50 [micro]L reaction mixture, containing 5 [micro]L 10 X PCR buffer, 4 [micro]L template, 250 [micro]M dNTP, 1.5 mM Mg[Cl.sub.2], 0.4 [micro]M of each primer, and 0.25 U Taq polymerase.
All three bacteriocin-producing strains (EN3a, EN14a and EN15b) were identified by the sequencing of the 16S rDNA as Lactococcus lactis.