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ISG15 cDNA-ORF contains one long open reading frame of 474 bp from 90 nt to 563 nt.
Contract awarded for Constitutive expression in mammalian cell lines of the complete open reading frame of a specified protein tagged at C-terminal with green fluorescent protein (GFP).
Molecular analysis of partial open reading frame V1 sequences showed that PiCV strains detected in feral pigeons share high nucleotide and amino acid sequence identities with PiCV strains detected in ornamental, racing, meat, and feral pigeons.
Vidal, Braun, Hill and their colleagues systematically ran these open reading frames through a high quality protein-interaction screening process, based on a test known as the yeast two-hybrid screen.
Because HRM can scan an entire amplicon for sequence variation, this method is ideal for screening the complete open reading frame of a gene.
Degussa AG (Dusseldorf, Germany) has patented Coryneform bacteria which have, in addition to at least one copy, present at the natural site (locus), of an open reading frame (ORF), gene or allele which codes for the synthesis of a protein or an RNA, in each case a second, optionally third or fourth copy of this open reading frame (ORF), gene or allele at in each case a second, optionally third or fourth site in a form integrated into the chromosome and processes for the preparation of chemical compounds by fermentation of these bacteria.
Both are full length proviruses, but HERV-K113 is a complete virus that has open reading frames and can fully express all its genes.
The programs available on this page include PCR Oligo Calculator, which lets researchers design batch polymerase chain reaction primers for amplifying the open reading frames for a given set of genes, and Batch Gene Retriever, which allows downloads of full-length sequence information from National Center for Biotechnology Information databases in batch mode.