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What does MICROSAT stand for?

MICROSAT stands for Microsatellite

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Mitochondrial DNA analysis was conducted on concatenated cytochrome-oxidase 1 (COI) and cytochrome-b (Cyt-b) mtDNA sequences, and microsatellite analysis was conducted on twelve polymorphic loci of the salamander DNA from rivers in the Tennessee Valley, primarily from rivers in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Cherokee National Forests.
Canada's designer and builder of the Multi Mission Microsatellite Bus (MMMB) and Commercial Microsatellite Bus (CMB), is pleased to announce the development of COMMStellation(TM), a polar communications constellation comprised of 78 microsatellites that will orbit the Earth at 1,000 km, providing backhaul capacity while connecting remote regions of the Earth to the Internet.
Thus, based on the interest to reproduce specimens in captivity, besides the possibility of specimens relocation among different institutions, along with the probability that specimens kept in captivity are descendants from populations early geographically isolated, the goals of the present study were to analyze the chromosome group of Speothos venaticus, in order to obtain cytogenetic data that could be supplemented to the available in literature; to evaluate the transferability of microsatellite markers from the domestic dog (Canis familiaris) to the bush dog (Speothos venaticus); and to verify, based on the obtained results, the polymorphism degree of the selected loci, the genetic variability and the possibility of a pedigree analysis in these animals.
Canada's designer and builder of the Multi Mission Microsatellite Bus technology (MMMB), and innovator of Reaction Wheel attitude control system products is delighted to announce that the MOST Operations Team is collaborating with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to look at a star of joint interest.