strain marker

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strain marker

strain marker

Use of intersimple sequence repeats markers to develop strain-specific SCAR markers for Lentinula edodes

P1427Right atrial strain and strain rate as sensitive marker to diagnose pulmonary hypertension

Strain/species identification in metagenomes using genome-specific markers

A transgenic mouse strain expressing four drug-selectable marker genes

Efficient use of DNA molecular markers to construct industrial yeast strains

Identification of strain specific markers in Bacillus anthracis by random amplification of polymorphic DNA

Development of new strains and related SCAR markers for an edible mushroom, Hypsizygus marmoreus

Strain improvement for cephalosporin production by Acremonium chrysogenum using geneticin as a suitable transformation marker

Use of molecular markers to differentiate between commercial strains of the button mushroom Agaricus bisporus

113 Dyskinesis index by strain analysis - a new and early reperfusion marker

P2075Late diastolic longitudinal strain rate: a powerful easy marker for non viable myocardium

Development of a strain-specific genomic marker for monitoring a Bacillus subtilis biocontrol strain in the rhizosphere of tomato

Persistence, population dynamics and competitiveness for nodulation of marker gene-tagged Rhizobium galegae strains in field lysimeters in the boreal climatic zone

Molecular markers detecting an ectomycorrhizal Suillus collinitus strain on Pinus halepensis roots suggest successful inoculation and persistence in Mediterranean nursery and plantation

The gyrB gene is a useful phylogenetic marker for exploring the diversity of Flavobacterium strains isolated from terrestrial and aquatic habitats in Antarctica

Trifluoroleucine resistance as a dominant molecular marker in transformation of strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae isolated from wine

Transformation of Candida guilliermondii wild-type strains using the Staphylococcus aureus MRSA 252 ble gene as a phleomycin-resistant marker


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A natural object whose original geometry is known and from which the magnitude and orientation of the principal strain axes may be determined after deformation. Many objects have been used, e.g. fossils (crinoids, belemnites, corals, ammonites, brachiopods, and trilobites), rock textures (i.e. ooids), conglomerate pebbles and clasts, single crystals (e.g. feldspar megacrysts), spots in contact aureoles, volcanic lapilli, spherulites, and xenoliths.

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