DNA Fragments

Some articles on dna, dna fragments:

SNP Genotyping - Other Post-amplification Methods Based On Physical Properties of DNA - Denaturing High Performance Liquid Chromatography
... the solid phase which has differential affinity for single and double-stranded DNA ... In DHPLC, DNA fragments are denatured by heating and then allowed to reanneal ... The melting temperature of the reannealed DNA fragments determines the length of time they are retained in the column ...
DNA Sequencing - Methods in Development - Sequencing With Mass Spectrometry
... Mass spectrometry may be used to determine DNA sequences ... been investigated as an alternative method to gel electrophoresis for visualizing DNA fragments ... With this method, DNA fragments generated by chain-termination sequencing reactions are compared by mass rather than by size ...
Gateway Technology
... the late 1990s, is a molecular biology method that enables researchers to efficiently transfer DNA-fragments between plasmids using a proprietary set of recombination ... Gateway Cloning Technique allows transfer of DNA fragments between different cloning vectors while maintaining the reading frame ... Using Gateway, one can clone or subclone DNA segments for functional analysis ...
Microfluidic Sanger Sequencing - Method - Challenges
... Common challenges of DNA sequencing with the Sanger method include poor quality in the first 15-40 bases of the sequence due to primer binding and deteriorating quality of sequencing traces after 700-900 bases ... In cases where DNA fragments are cloned before sequencing, the resulting sequence may contain parts of the cloning vector ... can directly sequence only relatively short (300-1000 nucleotides long) DNA fragments in a single reaction ...

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