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Nonrepetitive DNA transcription in normal and regenerating rat liver

Nucleic Acids Research

Sep 11, 1979

L J GradyA B North

PMID: 493141

Abstract

Initial RNA excess hybridization experiments employing total cell RNA and the complete complement of nonrepetitive DNA sequences showed no differences between normal and regenerating rat liver. However, when the DNA from the RNA-DNA hybrids was isolated and then reacted with homologous ...read more

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Crossbreeding
Hybrids
Assay
Liver
Liver Regeneration
Rat Liver
DNA, Double-Stranded
Natural Regeneration
RNA
Transcription, Genetic
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Nonrepetitive DNA transcription in normal and regenerating rat liver

Nucleic Acids Research

Sep 11, 1979

L J GradyA B North

PMID: 493141

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Abstract

Initial RNA excess hybridization experiments employing total cell RNA and the complete complement of nonrepetitive DNA sequences showed no differences between normal and regenerating rat liver. However, when the DNA from the RNA-DNA hybrids was isolated and then reacted with homologous ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Crossbreeding
Hybrids
Assay
Liver
Liver Regeneration
Rat Liver
DNA, Double-Stranded
Natural Regeneration
RNA
Transcription, Genetic

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  • References10
  • Citations9
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