2 edition of detection of RNA species unique to a behavioural task found in the catalog.
detection of RNA species unique to a behavioural task
1967 by Molecular Psychobiology Laboratory, York University in Toronto .
Written in English
|Statement||by Barry Machlus and John Gaito.|
|Contributions||Gaito, John, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QP352 .Y6 no. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||71550421|
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Abstract. A DNA-RNA successive competition experiment in which DNA is hybridized first with RNA from nonbehaving rats and then with RNA from shock avoidance trained rats suggests that unique RNA species are synthesized during this by: THE DETECTION OF RNA SPECIES UNIQUE TO A BEHAVIOURAL TASK A shock avoidance experiment was conducted in which the RNA from learning rats was labelled with orotic acid H3 the RNA of nonlearning animals was not labelled.
A successive competition DNA-RNA hybridization procedure indicated that unique RNA species were developed during this task. Detection of RNA species unique to a behavioral task Article in Psychonomic science 10(7) July with 3 Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone.
A DNA-RNA successive competition experiment in which DNA is hybridized first with brain RNA from rats subjected to forced motor activity and then with brain RNA from shock avoidance trained rats suggests that unique RNA species are synthesized during this latter by: Current detection of specific miRNAs species is performed using RNA-seq or targeted qPCR-based approaches, which implies the use of involved and time-consuming procedures.
MBs offer a one-step direct approach based on direct hybridization of the probe to the target nucleic acid : Getulio Pereira detection of RNA species unique to a behavioural task book Oliveira, Eric Zigon, Gaenna Rogers, Danny Davodian, Danny Davodian, Shulin Lu, T.
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The actual transfer of electrophoretically separated RNA species from the gel to a solid support can be accomplished using any of the following: capillary transfer, turboblotter, vacuum blotting, electroblotting, or alkaline blotting. Moreover, transcript-type–specific saturation curves indicated that the coding transcriptome was more successful in reaching relative saturation than were other relevant transcript species, which progressed with more steep detection curves, and that in ultra-high-throughput sequencing data sets, such as the Griffith's experiment, a non-negligible percentage of off-target RNA species Cited by: RNA transcription is a process mediated by RNA polymerase, an enzyme that creates an RNA complement to template DNA with the help of a complex of proteins.
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