By Paul Singleton
DNA know-how has an essential position in varied fields reminiscent of felony research and gene treatment – dynamic components concerning many specialized phrases and methods. This specific dictionary bargains present, particular, available details to teachers, researchers, scholars and technicians during the biomedical and similar sciences.
- The re-creation represents a big replace with 50% extra entries at the very most recent advancements.
- Clear factors of phrases, innovations, and exams, together with advertisement structures, with certain insurance of many very important methods and strategies.
- Includes well-established method plus new expertise and information from the newest study journals, going way past the remit of so much technological know-how dictionaries.
- Essay-style entries on many significant issues to help novices to the sector.
- Covers subject matters appropriate to medication (diagnosis and gene therapy); veterinary technological know-how; biotechnology; biochemistry; pharmaceutical science/drug improvement; molecular biology; microbiology; epidemiology; genomics; environmental technological know-how; plant science/agriculture; taxonomy; and forensic technological know-how.
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E. g. e. mechanism) of resistance. Nucleic-acid-based (’genotypic’) methods for detecting antibiotic resistance (in various organisms) have developed over the last few decades. Below is a brief glimpse at some of the methods used for two important pathogens: Staphylococcus aureus and Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Staphylococcus aureus Among early studies, a BDNA ASSAY was used for detecting the MECA GENE of S. aureus in samples from blood-culture bottles (without the usual prior subculture to solid media) [J Clin Microbiol (1999) 37:4192–4193]; it was suggested that 18 ANTIBODY-BASED LIBRARY SCREENING: screening a cDNA expression library (diagrammatic).
Antiviral agent Any agent which has activity against viruses – in vivo and/or in vitro. (cf. g. ) antizyme Any of a group of proteins associated with regulation of ornithine decarboxylase (ODC) – which is involved in biosynthesis of polyamines. In eukaryotes, functional antizyme is expressed in the presence of increased levels of polyamines – antizyme 1 promoting UBIQUITIN-dependent degradation of ODC via the 26S PROTEASOME. Antizymes are regulated by antizyme inhibitor. ] AOX1 In the (methylotrophic) yeast Pichia pastoris: a highly regulated, inducible gene which encodes alcohol oxidase – a peroxisomal enzyme involved in metabolism of methanol.
2) One of the copies of a sequence of nucleotides which has been copied (amplified) by methods such as NASBA or PCR. (3) One of a number of elements of linear DNA ($100 kb) formed in studies on the JBP1 gene of Leishmania tarentolae [term used in: Nucleic Acids Res (2005) 33(5):1699–1709]. (4) Formerly [Proc Natl Acad Sci USA (1985) 82:694–698]: a defective virus vector. (5) Within a Y chromosome: a segment with >99% sequence identity to other region(s) in the given chromosome (hence the adjective ampliconic).
Dictionary of DNA and Genome Technology by Paul Singleton