hybridization


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Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH), one of the segments analyzed and sized in this study, displays the potential to grow at over 5.9%.
The analysis is based on the restoration and representation of Igbo culture on one hand, and cultural hybridization and transformation on the other.
In plant species, genome organization and homology study are carried out by the use of genomic in situ hybridization (GISH).
Research now suggests that hybridization sometimes ignites helpful evolutionary changes.
According to TB Yoma 67b, the prohibition against hybridization falls within the category of those commandments whose reasons are beyond man's ability to comprehend.
HER 2 amplification ratios by flouroscence in situ hybridization and correlation with immunohistochemistry in a cohort of 6556 breast cancer tissues.
Rouault so vividly showed facing agonizing hybridization, bequeathed us
Prior to the probe DNA immobilization and target DNA hybridization detection, the Si[O.sub.2] thin films surface was modified with GNPs due to its well-known chemistry, superior capacitance, and huge attachment surfaces.
Regulatory hybridization in the transnational sphere.
But the findings are not universally accepted, and the fossil record has not helped to clarify the role of interbreeding, which is also known as hybridization.
Washington, December 8 ( ANI ): A new study of interbreeding between two species of modern-day howler monkeys in Mexico is shedding light on why it is so difficult to confirm instances of hybridization among primates-including early humans - by relying on fossil remains.
discus discus [male] at an early developmental stage, veliger larvae produced from hybrid (SJ-5 and SJ-50) and pure species crosses (SS and J J) were sampled and analyzed using standard karyological methods and genomic in situ hybridization. In hybrid metaphase spreads, chromosomes from both parents were detected, except one metaphase, which showed the H.
These drawbacks are partially overcome with fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH), [3] which is faster, does not require cell culture, and has a lower risk of maternal cell contamination (2).
Array-based comparative hybridization (aCGH) in the genetic evaluation of stillbirth.