genomic clone

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genomic clone

BACFinder: genomic localisation of large insert genomic clones based on restriction fingerprinting

Evolution and Comparative Genomics of Campylobacter jejuni ST-677 Clonal Complex

Extensive Genomic Variation within Clonal Complexes of Neisseria meningitidis

RAPD-Based Screening of Genomic Libraries for Positional Cloning

Isolation of CpG islands from large genomic clones

Comparative genomics for identification of clone-specific sequence blocks in Streptococcus pneumoniae

Molecular Cloning, Genomic Organization, Promoter Activity, and Tissue-Specific Expression of the Mouse Ryudocan Gene

A genomic strategy for cloning, expressing and purifying efflux proteins of the major facilitator superfamily

Molecular Cloning and Genomic Analysis of Mouse Glucuronyltransferase Involved in Biosynthesis of the HNK-1 Epitope


Comparative Genomic Analysis of Rapid Evolution of an Extreme-Drug-Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii Clone

Targeted isolation of cloned genomic regions by recombineering for haplotype phasing and isogenic targeting

Caenorhabditis elegans reporter fusion genes generated by seamless modification of large genomic DNA clones

Cloning and Characterization of the Genomic DNA of the Human MSSP Genes

Representation of cloned genomic sequences in two sequencing vectors: correlation of DNA sequence and subclone distribution

Cloning and Sequencing of cDNA and Genomic DNA Encoding PDM Phosphatase of Fusarium moniliforme

Clonality: an R package for testing clonal relatedness of two tumors from the same patient based on their genomic profiles

Direct cloning of a xylanase gene from the mixed genomic DNA of rumen fungi and its expression in intestinal Lactobacillus reuteri


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A clone derived from genomic DNA that includes the nontranscribed sequence with promoter sites, introns, etc. in contrast to clones generated by reverse transcription from mRNA. The latter are, however, known to be transcribed.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.

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