CO1

AcronymDefinition
CO1Cytochrome Oxidase 1
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In this study, in order to improve the classification system of Amblyseiinae, the mitochondrial CO1 gene sequence of seven Amblyseiinae species, collected from four provinces of China, were sequenced.
La estandarizacion y validacion se realizo con ejemplares del genero Xyleborus y para comprobar que se obtuvo la calidad minima de ADN extraido para las reacciones de PCR se realizaron reacciones de amplificacion con dos pares de oligos dirigidos al gen CO1, mediante el uso de los oligos externos reportados por Cognato y Sperling (2000): CI-J-2183 5'-CAACATTTATTTTTGATTTTTTGG-3' y TL2-N-3014 5'-TCCAATGCACTAATCTGCCATATTA-3' y los oligos internos reportados por Chang et al.
CO1 containing copper was the most active compound showing antibacterial activity against all the six tested strains followed by CO2 that was active against the five strains.
Correspondence to: Sarah Nancollas, Lepra, 28 Middleborough, Colchester, Essex CO1 1TG (Tel: + 44 1206 216700; e-mail: Sarahn@lepra.org.uk)
To date ten distinct genotype (G1-G10) have been described in world based on nucleotide sequence analysis of mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase subunit 1(CO1) (4).
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Unstained, formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue from the 3 dogs was used to amplify parts of 2 mitochondria-encoded (CO1 and 12S rRNA) and 1 nuclear-encoded (rRNA ITS1) genes.
2007), although cytochrome oxidase c subunit I (CO1) is used frequently to distinguish differences between close species.
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non-depressed) x 9 (Target's Outlook: CP4, CP3, CP2, CP1, N, CO1, CO2, CO3, or CO4) experimental design was implemented.