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AcronymDefinition
cDNAComplementary Deoxyribonucleic Acid
cDNACommunity and District Nursing Association
cDNACentre Dramatique National des Alpes (French: National Dramatic Center of the Alps)
cDNAConférence des Directeurs Nationaux des Armements (French: Conference of National Armaments Directors; NATO)
cDNACanadian Daily Newspapers Association
cDNACopy Deoxyribonucleic Acid
cDNACigna Dental Network Access (insurance coverage)
cDNAContext-Dependent Network Agent
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Second Strand cDNA synthesis and Differential cDNA display:
Based on CICR cDNA amplification fragment information, two specific primers (CIGR-GSP1 (5'-AGG GAG ATC GTG AAC CTC GTC-3'), CICR-GSP2 (5'-TTC ACC ATA GCC TCC TAC AGT CCA ACC AAA-3')) were designed for amplification of 3' and 5' end of CICR amplification fragment, respectively.
Preparation of subtracted cDNA: To identify infective stage ([L.sub.3]) specific genes, the use of subtracted probe development technique was followed.
To this end, researchers at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York are studying cDNA expression patterns in patients with known mental status-no dementia, questionable dementia, mild dementia, or moderate dementia (which corresponds to early or mild AD)-for whom brain samples are available after death.
The concentration of total RNA was adjusted to 200 ng/[micro]L for cDNA synthesis.
Briefly, recombinant pMD-18T with SPLUNC1 ORF was digested with SnaB I and Not I and the SPLUNC1 cDNA fragment was inserted into pPIC9K vector previously linearized with similar enzymes to obtain the pPIC9K/SPLUNC1 cDNA expression vector.
The quantification and purity of RNA was measured by spectrophotometer (Thermo Scientific, Waltham, MA, USA).The samples with an absorption ratio (260 nm / 280 nm) between 1.8 and 2.1 were used for cDNA synthesis.
All cDNA samples were stored at -80 [degrees]C at the Hammersmith Hospital (for a median of 2 years, range 1-7 years) following the processing of peripheral blood samples as they arrived at the laboratory according to a previously described protocol (15-16).
complimentary DNA (cDNA) were patent eligible subject matter under
(2010) reported a cDNA sequence of NTMS1 (EU375459) that controls endosperm development was cloned from Nicotiana tabacum.