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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «RRNA»
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Rapid Detection of Infectious Agents
cell.2 Thus, the apparent vital function that the 16S rRNA gene plays in the
translational machinery of the small subunit of the ribosome explains its high
level of conservation among bacteria and even between bacteria and the small
Steven Specter, Mauro Bendinelli, Herman Friedman, 1998
This led to the proposal that cells might modulate rRNA levels by changing the
number of genes to be transcribed. A corollary of this model is that each rRNA
gene is a “binary unit” that is either on or off and, if on, is producing rRNA at ...
Characterization of Nonfunctional RRNA
Decay in ...
Plasmid-derived rRNA levels and plasmid copy number To address whether wild
type and mutant plasmid-derived rRNAs are in fact expressed at similar levels in
the temperature sensitive Pol I strain at 37°C, we measured plasmid-derived ...
Intergenic Region Figure 8.4 Structure of a rRNA gene cluster. The arrangement
of the 185, 5.85 and 255 rRNA-encoding genes are shown in an idealized form.
An intergenic region between two rRNA repeats is indicated with an arrow. 5.
P. M. Dey, J. B. Harborne, 1997
when the majority of RNAP molecules are devoted to transcribing rRNA operons
(i.e., at fast growth rates). The RNAP clustering dispersed when transcription from
the rRNA promoters was inhibited, suggesting that rRNA expression might be ...
Jacques Lapointe (Ph.D.), Lea Brakier-Gigras, 2003
Mutagenesis, Functional Analyses, and NMR Studies of Helix ...
significance of maintaining seven copies of rrn operons and seven copies of
each of the rRNA genes by the E. coli genome. In 1995, Squires and coworkers
reported that seven rrn operons are required to adapt to changes in nutrient
Chandani Hemamala Kodikara, 2008
Structure and Dynamics of Escherichia Coli 16S RRNA
Helix 23 ...
CHAPTER 4 4.0 Functional significance of Helix 24 in E. coli 16S rRNA Helix 24
in the small subunit of the ribosome is also known as the “790 stem-loop” (
positions 783 to 799 in E. coli, or the “1060 stem loop” in 18S rRNA in eukaryotes
) and ...
Ocular Infection: Investigation and Treatment in Practice
However, the area of the genome most commonly used as a target to amplify and
detect bacterial or fungal DNA is the region within the ribosomal RNA (rRNA)
complex. This region is used most frequently for two fundamental reasons: first,
David V. Seal, Uwe Pleyer, 2007
Molecular Biology: Genes to Proteins
TABLE 16.5 Amount of rRNA Made by Bacterial Cultures Containing Different
Numbers of rRNA Operons Number of Operons per Cell Strain Chromosomal
Plasmid (normal rRNA) Plasmid (defective rRNA) Amount of rRNA Made per
Computing for Comparative Microbial Genomics: Bioinformatics ...
It is therefore necessary to test the reliability of a 16S rRNA gene sequence
extracted from a GenBank file of a bacterial genome. Transcription of the three
rRNA genes is usually initiated in front of the 16S rRNA, and continues all the
way to ...
David Wayne Ussery, Trudy M. Wassenaar, Stefano Borini, 2009
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «RRNA»
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At Tiny Scales, a Giant Burst on Tree of Life
That method involves the 16S rRNA gene, which is often compared to a fingerprint because the genetic code it contains is unique for every organism. «Quanta Magazine, Jul 15»
Inhibition of the endosymbiont "Candidatus Midichloria mitochondrii …
Inhibition of the endosymbiont "Candidatus Midichloria mitochondrii" during 16S rRNA gene profiling reveals potential pathogens in Ixodes ticks from Australia ... «ProHealth, Jul 15»
Desperately Seq'ing RNA
... RNA-Seq, the authors observed that exome and targeted RNA-Seq demonstrated (1) higher coding exon coverage and multiplexing capability; (2) lower rRNA ... «Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, Jun 15»
A streamlined ribosome profiling protocol for the characterization of …
Furthermore, the abundance of rRNAs and tRNAs in the final library is drastically reduced. Our streamlined workflow enables greater throughput, cuts the time ... «BioTechniques.com, Jun 15»
Kapa Biosystems Launches New RNA Prep Kit to Maximize …
The KAPA Stranded RNA-Seq Kit with RiboErase uses a targeted enzymatic depletion method to remove ribosomal RNA (rRNA) and thereby improve ... «Business Wire, May 15»
Direct relationship between the level of p53 stabilization induced by …
Downregulation of rRNA synthesis by serum starvation reduces p53 stabilization after ActD treatment. (a) Real-time RT–PCR analysis of 45S rRNA expression ... «Nature.com, May 15»
New molecular tool assesses vaginal microbiome health, diagnoses …
Each probe set is designed to be complementary to the "variable region" of the 16S rRNA gene of its target, and the match must be exact in order to register that ... «Phys.Org, Mar 15»
KAPA HyperPlus & Stranded RNA-Seq Kit with RiboErase.
The new KAPA Stranded RNA-Seq Kit with RiboErase offers efficient ribosomal RNA (rRNA) depletion, resulting in comprehensive representation of the ... «The Scientist | News & Opinions, Mar 15»
Kapa Biosystems Launches DNA and RNA Sample Preparation …
The new KAPA Stranded RNA-Seq Kit with RiboErase offers efficient ribosomal RNA (rRNA) depletion, resulting in comprehensive representation of the ... «Bio-IT World, Feb 15»
Forget The Selfish Gene, Ribosomes Are The Missing Link
One is ribosomal RNA, or rRNA, which forms a structural scaffold upon which proteins arrange themselves to form a functional ribosome “machine”. «Science 2.0, Jan 15»