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As with the former 4 EeeLS Seminars, the contributions to the 5th Seminar in Siena were accumulated jointly for the ease either one of those that have been lucky to be current and people not able to return. This Seminar differed from the others in having a extra only scien­ tific content material; but the members additionally thought of the prospective want for standardization sooner or later. The audio system have been selected for his or her stated services within the particular subject matters. The papers at the moment are provided within the order within which they got with editorial switch merely to offer consistency of fashion of presentation. It follows that every paper can stand on my own on the price of at the least repetition. as the subject matters are in speedily constructing fields of excessive know-how, velocity of book was once crucial; for aid with this, EeeLS thank you the members. vii record of participants W. H. W. ALBERT D. M. BAND Boehringer Mannheim GMBH Sherrington college of body structure Biochemical examine Centre St Thomas medical institution clinical college 0-8132 T utzing Lambeth Palace street Federal Republic of Germany London SE1 7EH uk D. AMMAN division of natural Chemistry M. L. BIANCHI BANDINELLI Swiss Federal Institute of Institute of Microbiology know-how (ETH) college of Siena UniversiUitstr. sixteen through Laterina eight CH-8092 Zurich 53100 Siena Switzerland Italy P. ANKER P. O. BRUNNER division of natural Chemistry clinical tools Swiss Federal Institute of Spectrospin AG know-how (ETH) Industriestrasse 26 Universitatstr. sixteen CH-8117 Fallanden CH-8092 Zurich Switzerland Switzerland D. ARMELLINI M.

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1 The DNA strands of gene X and the corresponding types of probes: synthetic oligonucleotides, a genomic DNA probe and a complementary DNA or cDNA probe. 2 The complementary relationship between messenger RNA (mRNA) product and DNA template, as well as the relationship between mRNA template and cDNA product, is illustrated. RNA polymerase takes instructions from the DNA template strand to synthesize the mRNA nucleotide sequence which is exactly complementary to that of the DNA template strand. Reverse transcriptase takes instructions from the nucleotide sequence of mRNA to synthesize the exactly complementary nucleotide sequences of the cDNA probe.

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