4 edition of Gene Probes 1 & 2 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Oxford University Press, USA|
|Publishers||Oxford University Press, USA|
|LC Classifications||February 15, 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
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In molecular biology, a hybridization probe is a fragment of DNA or RNA of variable length usually — bases long which can be radioactively or fluorescently labeled. One paper presents a method in studying the molecules in the brain related to neurotransmitter receptors and to the voltage channels in the brain by ""transplanting"" functional neurotransmitter receptors into the membrane of frog oocytes.
gene probe DNA probe A single-stranded DNA or RNA fragment used in genetic engineering to search for a particular gene or other DNA probe has a base sequence complementary to the target sequence and will thus attach to it by base labelling the probe with a radioactive isotope it can be identified on subsequent separation and purification. Gene Probes Applicationsdescribes techniques for specific research goals.
Most probes are also available in the 50 nmole synthesis scale. The applications covered range from searching for specific genes in the human chromosome to the detection of microorganisms and their toxins in the environment and in food samples, as well as in the diagnosis of human disease.
Variable genetic determinants which code for the same trait determine the universality of gene probes.
Michael Conn Publisher: Academic Press ISBN: Category: Science Page: 478 View: 528 Methods in Neurosciences, Volume 1: Gene Probes is a compendium of papers that deals with the developments in molecular biology, cell biology, and electrophysiology. Molecular DNA- or RNA-based probes are now routinely used in screening gene libraries, detecting nucleotide sequences with blotting methods, and in other gene technologies, such as nucleic acid and tissue.
Section I deals Gene Probes 1 & 2 gene expression using the Xenopus Oocyte system for expression and cloning of Pages: : Gene Probes Methods in Neurosciences eBook: P. Section I deals with gene expression using the Xenopus Oocyte system for expression and cloning of Brand: Elsevier Science. Section II describes in situ and solution hybridization and the continuation of in situ hybridization with immunohistochemistry. This volume describes some of their many applications, from the study of nucleic acids, through blotting techniques and gene targeting, to analysis of human genetic mutations.
One paper discusses the benefits of using alkaline phosphatase-Dig-dUTP-labeled oligonucleotide probes in high-resolution in situ in terms of ease of performance, safety, and fast detection rendering.
coli that were detected by one or more of these assays were identified.
Although synthetic oligonucleotide probes to detect enterotoxigenic E.
rRNA probes have enabled scientists to visualize microorganisms, yet to be cultured in laboratory settings, by retrieval of rRNA sequences directly from the environment.
Covers recent advances in molecular diagnosis and vaccines.
The advent of solid supports, new DNA labeling techniques, and PCR technology has created a need for an up-to-date practical manual in this area.