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Single-stranded DNA made in the laboratory from a messenger RNA template under the aegis of the enzyme reverse transcriptase. This form of DNA is often used as a probe in the physical mapping of a chromosome. Abbreviated as cDNA.
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A DNA molecule made in vitro using mRNA as a template and the enzyme reverse transcriptase. A cDNA molecule therefore corresponds to a gene, but lacks the introns present in the DNA of the genome.
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DNA generated from an expressed messenger RNA through a process known as reverse transcription. [9]
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The matching strand of a DNA molecule to which its bases pair. 19 Animation; 20 Animation; 22 Animation; 36 Animation; 39 Animation
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A DNA sequence synthesized from a messenger RNA molecule, using reverse transcriptase enzyme. cDNAs can be used experimentally to determine the sequence of messenger RNAs after their introns (non-prot [..]
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DNA that is complementary to messenger RNA
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DNA synthesized from a messenger RNA rather than from a DNA template. This type of DNA is used for cloning or as a DNA probe for finding specific genes.
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DNA that is synthesized from a messenger RNA template; the single-stranded form is often used as a probe in physical mapping or for detecting RNA. Since cDNA is constructed from messenger RNA (after i [..]
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cDNA is DNA that is synthesised in the lab from mRNA by reverse transcription. A cDNA is so-called because its sequence is the complement of the original mRNA sequence.
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See cDNA.
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DNA made from a messenger RNA (mRNA) template. The single-stranded form of cDNA is often used as a probe in physical mapping.
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Single-stranded complementary DNA synthesized from an RNA template by the action of RNA-Dependent DNA Polymerase. cDNA (i.e., complementary DNA, not Circular DNA, not C-DNA) is used in a variety of Mo [..]
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See cDNA.
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A double-stranded DNA molecule made in the laboratory from a single-stranded RNA template.
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complementary DNA (cDNA) Synthetic DNA reverse transcribed from a specific RNA through the action of the enzyme reverse transcriptase. DNA synthesized by reverse transcriptase using RNA as a template.
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See cDNA.
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