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(physics) a combining of charges or transfer of electrons in a gas that results in the neutralization of ions

(genetics) a combining of genes or characters different from what they were in the parents

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The chimeric nature of the virus strain was confirmed by RT-PCR with primers spanning possible recombination sites and analysis of overlapping reads from next-generation sequencing.
Previously, scientists could trace recombination only in families and thought that the exchange of genetic information happened at random.
The researchers were surprised to find that positions where recombination occurs in African Americans are significantly different from non-African populations.
To study the frequency of recombination of various segments in the engineered chromosomes MA and Te, plants of Pavon wheat with chromosomes MA1, MA2, or Te1 were crossed to normal Pavon and to lines of Pavon with substitutions of chromosomes 1B from cv.
The companies explored such a recombination in 2016, fueled by National Amusements and the Redstone family -- each company's controlling shareholders.
IHF can introduce DNA bending and before recombination event is responsible for aligning inverted repeats present at the terminal sites of fim element.
The analysis defined a region of recombination in strain PF-10 corresponding to positions 211,553-331,548 bp of the reference genome (Figure 1).
patent 8,921,332 issued on December 30th, 2014, which claims the use of chimeric restriction endonucleases for directing chromosomal gene editing in cells by homologous recombination.
They also address the characteristics of meiotic recombination in eukaryotes and the effects of its dysregulation.
We report on new level-resolved calculations for the dielectronic recombination and collisional excitation of the low charge states of argon.
He describes key processes that deal with errant chromosomes and restarting replication of damaged sites, homologous recombination and nonhomologous end-joining, and the DNA damage checkpoint.
Contemporary vaccines against Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Disease Syndrome viruses (PRRSV) and Swine Influenza viruses (SIV) are composed of either live attenuated viruses that risk frequent recombination between viral and vaccine strains and reversion to virulence or inactivated viruses that confer short term immunity.
The results shed light on molecular processes such as mutation and recombination in humans, the scientists report in the July 20 Cell.
Short-term measures include risk assessment of all live virus vaccines currently registered by the APVMA in regard to the risk of recombination and could include changes to product labels, which may result in restrictions on the use of two vaccines of different origins in the one animal population.
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