Chromosome-specific alpha satellite DNA from human chromosome 1: hierarchical structure and genomic organization of a polymorphic domain spanning several hundred kilobase pairs of centromeric DNA.
What does KB stand for?
KB stands for Kilobase
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- Kevin Bacon (actor)
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- Kickback (aka party)
- Killer Bud (2001 movie)
- Killing Blow (gaming)
- Kilobit (written with lowercase b; 1024 bits)
- KiloByte (written with uppercase B; 1024 Bytes)
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- Kings Bay (Georgia)
- Kirby Band (Nichols, NY)
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- Kleinbild (German for 24 mm x 36 mm photographic film format)
- Kleinwort Benson
Samples in periodicals archive:
6 kilobase (kb), and is the major cause of chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma.
TPH1 gene, which has a length of 29 kilobase (kb), involves 11 exons of a single promotor and a single transcriptional initiation sequence (5).
This is currently the most economical and versatile high throughput method of determining telomere length, although the values are not an actual kilobase pair length as compared to the data provided by Southern blots.
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) is 16 kilobases, circular, and encodes 13 protein, 22 tRNA and two rRNA genes.
These genome-wide technologies use in situ hybridization for SNP detection and contain anywhere from 1,000 to 500,000 SNP markers, with about one marker per five kilobase, or 5 kb.
The chip features 40,000 60-mer oligonucleotide probes with an average spatial resolution of 75 kilobase and requires 25 nanograms of DNA.