By Guenter Kahl
Now in its 5th version and for the 1st time to be had as an digital product with all entries cross-linked.
This very profitable long-seller has once more been completely up-to-date and vastly extended. It now comprises over 13,000 entries, and comprehensively protecting genomics, transcriptomics, and proteomics. each one access comprises an intensive clarification, together with a complete directory of synonyms and acronyms, and all formulation were redrawn to create a uniform type, whereas many of the figures are customized for this dictionary.
the final word reference for all phrases within the -omics fields.
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G. → Northern or → microarray analyses). Actinomycetales: Gram-positive sporeforming soil bacteria that are responsible for the breakdown of complex substances such as cellulose, chitin and keratin. g. → streptomycin). Some Actinomycetales (Streptomycetes) are in use as a host-vector system for cloning. See also → actinomycin D. Actinomycin C1 : See → actinomycin D. Acrylamide gel electrophoresis: An infelicitous term for → polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Acrylamide-HypNA: See → polyacrylamide-oligonucleotide conjugate.
Active gene signature: The speciﬁc → histone code of actively transcribed genes. Z surrounding the → transcription start site (TSS) as well as elevated levels of H2BK5me1, H3K36me3, H3K27me1 and H4K20me1 → downstream of the TSS and throughout the body of the corresponding gene are marks for active genes. See → inactive gene signature. Active promoter cluster: Anyone of probably thousands of genomic regions, in which active → promoters prevail that are co-ordinately regulated such that the adjacent genes are transcribed simultaneously.
G. a glass slide, or → nitrocellulose membrane). g. → protoplasts). Ultrasonically transferred genes are eﬃciently expressed and → transformation frequencies increased. Acoustic microstreaming (“micromixing”): A technique for the sensitive detection of low-abundance → cDNAs, that works with continuous acoustic mixing of the reaction mixture in → qPCR tubes at audio frequencies (150 Hz). 1–1 pg/μl) about 100fold, through reducing the number of cycles by 9 to 15, respectively. ACP: a) See → protein.
The Dictionary of Genomics, Transcriptomics and Proteomics by Guenter Kahl