Restriction endonuclease analysis of the RV1 genome indicated that the genome was [approximately equal to] 20-30 kbp (data not shown).
What does REA stand for?
REA stands for Restriction Endonuclease Analysis
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- Request for Engineering Action
- Request for Equitable Adjustment
- Research and Education Association
- Research Executive Agency (EU)
- Research, Evaluation & Assessment
- Research, Evaluation and Accountability (various locations)
- Resident Evil: Apocalypse (movie)
- Resources, Events, Agents
- Responsable d'Exploitation Agricole (French: Agricultural Operations Manager)
- Responsible Engineering Authority
- Restriction Enzyme Analysis
- Retired Educators Association
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- Retirement Equity Act of 1984
- Returned Exiles Association (South Africa)
- Revue des Etudes Anciennes (French: Journal of Ancient Studies)
- Rhône Equipements Automatismes (French: Rhone Automation Equipment)
- Rib Eye Area
- Ribeye Area
- Rice Engineering Alumni (Rice University; Texas)
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Restriction endonuclease analysis (REA): 10 [micro]g of genomic DNA was digested with 100 units each of Hind III, Hae III and EcoRI restriction enzymes (Boehringer Mannheim, Germany) according to the manufacturer's instruction.
However, similar patterns of genome fragments were observed among all strains following restriction endonuclease analysis using the enzyme HpaII.
By using restriction endonuclease analysis of the 65-kDa heat shock protein gene (1), we found that the isolate showed a pattern compatible with Mycobacterium simiae.
Restriction endonuclease analysis of DNA from two isolates of Chlamydia psittaci obtained from human abortions.
Development of a rapid and efficient restriction endonuclease analysis (REA) typing system for Clostridium difficile and correlation with other typing systems.
The most widely used molecular typing methods include plasmid profiling, restriction endonuclease analysis of plasmid and genomic DNA, Southern hybridization analysis using specific DNA probes, and chromosomal DNA profiling using either pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE) or PCR-based methods (12,20).