riboprobe

Somewhat casual term for an RNA segment used to probe for a complementary nucleotide sequence -either in the mRNA pool or in the DNA of a cell.

Riboprobe

Riboprobes are RNA probes that can be produced by in vitro transcription of cloned DNA inserted in a suitable plasmid downstream of a viral promoter. Some bacterial viruses code for their own RNA polymerases, which are highly specific for the viral promoters. Using these enzymes, labeled NTPs, and inserts inserted in both forward and reverse orien...
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riboprobe

Somewhat casual term for an RNA segment used to probe for a complementary nucleotide sequence either in the mRNA pool or in the DNA of a cell. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20973
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