COXI

AcronymDefinition
COXICytochrome C Oxidase Subunit I
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The sequence of coxi suggested that the specimen of the northern strain represents T.
BLASTn analysis (https://blast .ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Blast.cgi) showed that our sequence matched the target GenBank coxI sequence S.
The robustness of the coxI gene as a diagnostic marker to lay the groundwork for identification of these three species of Sarcophaga has been demonstrated [21, 26].
The primer cocktail was designed by aligning mitochondrial coxI sequences from the NCBI nr database that contained one or both regions upon which universal invertebrate primers have been developed (Folmer et al.
Loftusia genus is seen in this section with high species diversity, larger size and more numerous, while in Fars Loftusia coxi and Loftusia minor were only observed.
Successful amplification of coxI sequences using LCO/HCO primers was achieved from all invertebrates studied.
Mike CoxI CAN honestly say that in the 32 years of being brought up in this city, I have never known litter to have been such an issue.
Ex-Prodigy man Leeroy Thornhill on his love split with TV presenter Sara CoxI don't drink much, I'm a cheap date.
In Southern hybridization analysis of the mitochondrial DNA, two gene probes were used: coxI and coxIII.
eni, coxi, bibi" is the drinking-man's phrase going around Canterbury these days, as dozens of lucky punters down 40p pints of duty-free beer they haven't had to lug home from France.
(A) Neighbor-joining trees of the four concatenated loci and (B) the coxi sequences including the two Callinectes species.
2010), because the COXI sequences provide slightly better resolution, and also quantitative support in terms of bootstraps and divergence values for species--level identification than was previously possible (Armstrong 1997).