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ethidium bromide
(320 times)
Biochemistry
(57 times)
mtDNA (18 times)
MIC (14 times)
AO (12 times)
1975 Induction of rho-minus mutants in Saccharomyces cerevisiae by guanidine hydrochloride. I. Genetic analysis.
CsCl--ethidium bromide
(1 time)
Genetics
(1 time)
kb (1 time)
YAC (1 time)
2008 Purification of circular YACs from yeast cells for DNA sequencing.
Ethidium Bromide dye
(1 time)
Diagnostic Imaging
(1 time)
CFCDNA (1 time)
uDNA (1 time)
2019 Application of the Z-scan technique for the detection of CFCDNA (cell-free circulating DNA) and urine DNA (uDNA) in patients with bladder cancer.
ethidium bromide gel electrophoresis
(1 time)
Neoplasms
(1 time)
AJCC (1 time)
CEA (1 time)
CK-19 (1 time)
1998 Limitations of specific reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain reaction markers in the detection of metastases in the lymph nodes and blood of breast cancer patients.
Etrium Bromide
(1 time)
Nanotechnology
(1 time)
FRET (1 time)
QDs (1 time)
2011 Identification of p53 gene by using CdSe/ZnS conjugation and hybridization.
extrusion machinery were highly dependent upon pump substrate
(1 time)
Biochemistry
(1 time)
--- 2003 Direct observation of substrate induction of resistance mechanism in Pseudomonas aeruginosa using single live cell imaging.
ligand-ethidiumbromide
(1 time)
Chemistry Techniques, Analytical
(1 time)
BGE1 (1 time)
PFACE (1 time)
2014 Study of deoxyribonucleic acid-ligand interactions by partial filling affinity capillary electrophoresis.
orange-ethidium bromide
(1 time)
Gastroenterology
(1 time)
AIF (1 time)
NSAIDs (1 time)
2009 Aspirin-induced mucosal cell death in human gastric cells: role of a caspase-independent mechanism.