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Nicholson, V. M. and Prescott, J. F. (1997): Restriction enzyme analysis of the virulence plasmids of VapA-positive Rhodococcus equi strains isolated from humans and horses. J. Clin. Mi-crobiol. 35 , 738-740. Restriction enzyme

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(in Hungarian) . Ph.D. Thesis, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest. Benkő , M. , Bartha , A. and Wadell , G. ( 1988 ): DNA restriction enzyme analysis of bovine

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Physiology International
Authors: Gholamreza Rezamand, Touraj Mahmoudi, Seidamir Pasha Tabaeian, Hamid Farahani, Fatemeh Shahinmehr, Hossein Nobakht, Reza Dabiri, Asadollah Asadi, Fariborz Mansour-Ghanaei, and Mohammad Reza Zali

conditions [ 18 ]. The PCR products were digested by the appropriate restriction enzymes (Fermentas, Leon-Rot, Germany) and then the digested products were electrophoresed on 2.5–3.5% agarose gels and stained with ethidium bromide (0.5 μg ml −1 ) for

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. Meulemans , G. , Boschmans , M. , van den Berg , T. P. and Decaesstecker , M. ( 2001 ): Polymerase chain reaction combined with restriction enzyme analysis for detection and differentiation of fowl adenoviruses . Avian Pathol. 30 , 655 – 660

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: S. Bodó, B. Baranyai, Elen Gócza, J. Dohy, and Merja Markkula

digestion with two restriction enzymes . Anim. Genet. 27 , 207 – 209 . Zsolnai , A. and Fésüs , L. ( 1997 ): Enhancement of PCR-RFLP typing of bovine leukocyte adhesion deficiency

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: M. Peterka, Katarina Tepšič, T. Accetto, R. Kostanjšek, Andreja Ramšak, L. Lipoglavšek, and G. Avguštin

Wood, J., Scott, K. P., Avgustin, G., Newbold, C. J., Flint, H. J.: Estimation of the relative abundance of different Bacteroides and Prevotella ribotypes in gut samples by restriction enzyme profiling of PCR-amplified 16S rRNA gene sequences. Appl

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was studied by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE). The cell agarose suspension was prepared and lysed according to Morrison et al. (1999) . The chromosomal DNA of these strains was digested by SmaI restriction enzyme (Sigma, USA) and was run in a

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–horseradish peroxidase coupled antibody for detection. RFLP analysis of phage DNAs Phage DNAs were cut with Hin fI restriction enzyme and run through an EtBr-treated gel and were visualized and photographed

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the enzyme into a single position (181 bp), while the T allele remains uncut due to the modification of the restriction enzyme site through the C → T substitution. Typing allelic variation on Ongole, Jersey crossbred and Holstein-Friesian (HF

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the enzyme into a single position (181 bp), while the T allele remains uncut due to the modification of the restriction enzyme site through the C → T substitution. Typing allelic variation on Ongole, Jersey crossbred and Holstein-Friesian (HF

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